Fishguard walking tour
What’s in a name? The Welsh, who have been in the area from before the 5th century, called this place Abergwuan. The Norse, who had a settlement here, called this place Fiskigarðr. Eventually, with a little influence from the Norse, this place was bestowed the name Fishguard by the English.
With all the confusion around name changes, the French still managed to find the place in 1797 when they tried to invade!
Fishguard has a rich history. Our audio walking tour will help you discover the important buildings, landmarks, and people who have contributed to the history of the community. The tour visits 8 points of interest with over 60 minutes of audio!
Discover Fishguard’s heritage through our audio walking tour, visiting 9 points of interest with over 35 minutes of engaging narration. Rent the tour for 24 hours and access the audio and map. The map not only guides you to the landmarks but also provides suggested routes for a hassle-free exploration. If you feel adventurous, make up your route between landmarks! The map also contains images of what some of the landmarks look like. A castle is pretty easy to identify. But a house in a row of terraces, for instance, is more challenging to identify the right one!
No need to download apps or files. Access the tour directly from your phone on Cardigan Walks’ website.
You are the tour guide today. Start whenever you like, take breaks as you please, and choose your path. You’re in control of your adventure today discovering Fishguard. For more details, see our FAQs. Start your audio walking tour of Fishguard now!