Aberystwyth Castle in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales. Marcher lord Gilbert de Clare built a Motte and Bailey castle a mile south of the current site in c.1110. Captured by Llywelyn the Great in 1221. The Welsh prince razed this castle and rebuilt this one in its place. Llewelyn generation 27 on family tree. [I think Llewelyn & de Clare are my direct ancestors... BKT]
Cardigan Bay is perfect home for bottle nosed dolphins
The 60-mile stretch of waters along mid Wales' stunning coastline provides the perfect breeding ground for Europe's largest population of bottle nosed dolphins.
Picture of Stradey Park
Enlarged picture of Stradey Park South Wales, An aerial view of the now demolished (2010) Stradey Park in Llanelli, South Wales. Stradey was an historic rugby ground located near the centre of the town of Llanelli in Carmarthenshire, Wales. It was the home of the Scarlets region and Llanelli RFC rugby teams. The Scarlets have moved to Parc y Scarlets on the other side of town and the old ground may be built over by the time you read this
Wales Roadtrip, Pembrokeshire to Cardigan Bay | World Travel Family
Touring Wales, exploring from Pembrokeshire to Ceredigion, including St Davids, New Quay and Cardigan Bay. World Travel Family travel blog. via @worldtravelfam/
Glamping Domes After first seeing a scenic dome village in a breathtakingly hard-to-reach location, one can understand why the Pacific Domes Glamping Domes have become so popular for adventure outfitters over the past several years. They offer a fabulous alternative experience for an unforgettable holiday close to nature. Your guests will undoubtedly return in order...