Beach in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

Poppit Sands

Right at the end of the road that follows the river north from St Dogmaels, this big, broad, sandy beach offers terrific views over the estuary to Cardigan Island and out to sea. It's an extremely popular spot for s…
Ruins in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

St Dogmaels Abbey

Built in 1120 on the site of the already ancient Celtic monastery, in 1538 St Dogmaels was dissolved along with all of Britain's monasteries by Henry VIII and subsequently fell into artful ruin. The visitor centre i…
Castle in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

Cilgerran Castle

Originally built in timber and earth in around 1100 to control a crossing on the River Teifi, this sturdy stone incarnation with two massive round towers dates from the 13th and 14th centuries. Climb to the top for …
Wildlife Reserve in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

Welsh Wildlife Centre

Bordering the River Teifi just south of Cardigan, the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve is a haven for birds, otters, badgers and butterflies. You can find out more about the critters that live in the surrounding river, …
Church in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

St Thomas the Martyr

St Dogmaels' parish church houses several ancient stones from the original Celtic community founded by the local saint, including the Sagranus Stone, inscribed in Latin and Ogham. The stone was instrumental in decip…
Historic Building in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

Y Felin

A working watermill dating from the 1640s, Y Felin is still used to make flour, which you can purchase at the mill door.
Bay in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

Ceibwr Bay

Most of the 15 miles of coast at the northern tip of Pembrokeshire is accessible only on foot. The one spot where a car or bike can get close is at this scenic, seal-haunted inlet, framed by tortured, inky-black roc…