Family-friendly audio walking tours of Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Walks offers a growing number of audio walking tours so you can understand more of the magic setting Cardigan Bay apart.

Each walking tour focuses on a different community from all over Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, sharing the best stories about its history and culture.

Our audio walking tours are heaps of fun when visiting with friends or family.

Start discovering Cardigan Bay!

With our audio walking tours, you decide everything – when you start, where you start, and how many breaks you take.

Rent a tour today to start your enjoyable discovery of beautiful Cardigan Bay!

Audio walking tours of communities in Ceredigion

Ceredigion stretches from the coast into the hauntingly desolate Cambrian Mountains and the Desert of Wales. Rent a tour to uncover intriguing characters, landmarks, and history!
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Audio walking tours of communities in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is known for its beautiful coast path, the famous Bluestones used at Stonehenge, and home to the smallest city in the UK, St Davids. Rent a tour to discover so much more!
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Open 7 days a week
£3.99 / 24-hour rental
Dog friendly


Cardigan Walks offers a growing number of audio walking tours for communities across Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.


Our audio walking tours cover a tremendous amount of local history and are buckets of fun for everyone.

Our audio tours are available to rent for £3.99. When renting a tour, you can access everything you need – audio and maps – for 24 hours.

It’s all effortless. You can rent a tour directly from this website and embark on the adventure when you want. You’re the tour guide. We’re just giving you what you need to explore – it’s up to you and your group how you explore! Remember, though, you only have access to the tour for 24 hours after renting it!

No! There is no need to download anything – all the content is accessed straight from the Cardigan Walks website on your phone.

Once you have rented a tour, you have access to the audio and map of that community for 24 hours, allowing you to enjoy your audio walking tour!

This means that you don’t need to wait for content to download to your phone or go through the painful steps of downloading an app, signing into an account to access the content, and then remembering to delete the app once you’ve completed the walking tour to stop it from taking up precious real estate on your phone screen.

The tours are all outside and last for around one and a half hours.

We strongly advise that you bring or wear the following:

  • Water (enough for everyone in your group)
  • Suncream
  • A hat
  • Clothing layers (possibly waterproofs – look out the window on the day of your tour!)
  • A bag – always good to have a designated bag carrier
  • Comfortable footwear that is suitable for walking around 1.5 miles.

Yes! Our tours make use of the roads and pavements in Cardigan town. Our tours are accessible for wheelchair users or anyone with a disability.

If you find this isn’t the case and experience difficulty, we can only apologise. But, if you do find that you experience difficulty while exploring with us, please let us know. Again, our tour routes are within town borders using council-maintained roads and pavements. We can report problems to the council to improve accessibility for everyone.

When discovering a new community – its history and culture – why not bring your pet? It’s a great walk for them, and they’re part of the family too! Make memories together. Of course, please be careful of traffic and other hazards which are present in communities.

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About Cardigan Walks

Cardigan Walks was founded in 2022 as a Community Interest Company (CIC).

The genesis of Cardigan Walks was simply to answer all the unanswerable questions about buildings, history, and personalities from across Cardigan Bay, which have all contributed to the beautiful and exciting melting pot that is Cardigan Bay today.

Our goal is to remember and share all this heritage found within Cardigan Bay before it’s forgotten.

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