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Cardigan (Aberteifi) (Wales)
Cardigan lies on the northern bank of the Teify estuary. The town was originally build around its castle and has a large selection of historical architecture as well as many absorbing little shops. The Cardigan Heritage Centre contains an interesting insight into the success and decline of the port.
Llangranog (Wales)
This village is possibly the most scenic of the Ceredigion Coast. The exceedingly narrow main streets lead down to the small seafront that is nevertheless well equipped for heavy tourism in the summer months.
Newquay (Wales)
Newquay is a romantically isolated town which is full of important looking Victorian houses, pubs and small winding streets, it also claims to be the inspiration for Dylan Thomas', Llareggub in his classic book, Under Milk Wood. Newquay has a lovely harbour and a small beech which is lined with multicoloured houses and shopfronts.
Rhosili Bay (Wales)
This is a superb four-mile length of beach, backed by the village of Rhossili provides some of the best opportunities for surfing in Wales. The bay takes up the whole of the western end Gower.

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