Holiday Cardigan Bay - Ynys Lochtyn photo by Janet Baxter


18th April 2014

Cycle from Cardigan to Llangrannog Wales

Cycle from Cardigan to Llangrannog West Wales MapRoute information

Map: Explorer 198 or pathfinder 988 New Quay and Aberporth
Distance13.4 miles

Description The climbs from sea level are rewarded by fabulous views along the coast and the protection of hedges and banks from any coastal winds.

Start The cycle starts from Cardigan Town and bikes can be hired at New Image Bicycles [top of the high street.]
Finish Llangrannog

Accommodation is available both around Cardigan, along the route, and in Llanngrannog please use the accommodation page for more information.
Images 7 Ynys-Lochtyn

Distances on the left are approximate in miles.
0.0. Cardigan Town Leave Finch Square and travel up Priory Street
0.1 Top of Priory Street, turn right into Pendre
0.4 Follow on into North Road, and then bear left at the War memorial, pass the school and then left again into Gwbert Road.
1.2 Turn rightsigned Ferwig, Mwnt, Aberporth [or continue straight to visit Cardigan Farm Island]
3.2 T-junction [give way] turn right, signed Mwnt
3.3 At crossroads just further on, carry straight on
Arrive Felinwynt. Carry straight on.
6.3 T-junction [give way] turn right
T-junction [give way] turn right, then turn left, shortly after [at post box]
8.4 Staggered crossroads, outskirts of Aberporth [give way], go straight across[ish]signed Tresaith
9.4 Arrive in Tresaith adn pass through
10.5 Staggered crossroads [right of way] after long climb, go straight on
Crossroads, give way, turn leftsigned Llangrannog
11.6 Road goes round to left over little bridge, - follow signpost to Llangrannog
11.8 Turn left Signed 'B&B', after climbing hill and going past a chapel.
13.4 Arrive in Llangrannog.

Bike hire and bike repair available from New Image Bikes Cardigan

Click here for Cycle route from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge

Make sure you're visible on the roads

The wild life, flora and fauna of Cardiganshire Coast and Country are truly remarkable. Red Kites and Buzzards soar above whilst Dolphins and seals swim in the bay. Otters rare orchids and hundreds of other plants, birds and animals are all here of you to experience and enjoy.

Cardigan Festival of Walking

Cardigan has an annual walking festival - please click for more info