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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

The Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park is part of a family run farm in the Cardigan area of Ceredigion where the Family can enjoy s Fun Day out at

Sitting just 200 meters offshore this unique Farm Park sits in the beautiful Cardigan Bay in Ceredigion.

The island itself is a private nature reserve owned by The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales and the Farm part is part of a privately run family farm Clyn-Yr-Ynys.

You will be able to see lots of traditional farm animals including a large flock of sheep, pigs, cows, goats, chickens, and ponies. You can also see some donkeys, guinea pigs, rabbits and fluffy llamas.

Due to where the farm park is situated on the Heritage Coast you will be able to see some awesome wildlife, including a local small colony of Atlantic Grey Seals and if your lucky between September and October you might be able to spot some of the seal pups.

Cardigan Bay is home to Europe’s largest resident population of bottlenose dolphins, which on a calm sunny day you can spot from the cliffs of the Farm Park.

Other local wildlife you might spot from the Farm Park are Harbour Porpoises, Skylark, Red Kites, Guillemots, Cormorants, Jellyfish swarms, sunfish, basking sharks, minke whales, orca and leatherback turtles.

The Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park has plenty of facilities to make your visit more enjoyable, such as an onsite car park, visitor centre, Toilets (including baby changing facilities) Café and Gift Shop. You can even camp over at the Farm campsite.

cardigan island map

The kids can also enjoy the timber adventure trail full of different types of obstacles, Football game, outdoor play area and an indoor construction zone with giant lego bricks.

All children need to accompanied by and adult and supervised at all time. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a short lead at all times.

 

Where

Gwbert
Cardigan
Ceredigion
SA43 1PR

T: 01239 623637
E: [email protected]
W: Click Here to Visit

 

Time

30th March to 30th September Open daily from 10am until 6pm
1st October to 31st October Open daily from 10am until 5pm

 

Price

Adult £4.90
Children (2-13) £3.90
Children Under 2 Free
Senior Citizen (65yrs and over) £4.50
Disabled Adult £4.00
Disabled Children £3.50
Optional Bag of Animal Food 70p

 

 

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At a Glance

Looking for more Fun Family Friendly Venues and Attractions to visit our Places to Go in West Wales  pages for some Inspiration.