Aberdovey Golf Club
Championship golf links, est. 1892 set on the beautiful Cambrian coast. Attractive to golfers of all abilities. Handicap certificate essential
Aberdovey Yacht Club
If you are visiting the area for a short period you can take out a temporary membership.
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
The main venue for the arts in Mid and West Wales. Award winning facilities and busy all year round programme of live performances, exhibitions etc
Provide excursions into the Cambrian Mountains in a Land Rover Discovery. Come and enjoy fantastic views and scenery, local history and wildlife. We will pick you up from your accommodation or arrange a meeting point.
Centre For Alternative Technology
This unique eco-centre includes seven acres of hands-on displays, organic gardens and a breathtaking 180ft water-powered cliff railway
Cwmrheidol Power Station
Enjoy the free guided tours around the Power Station including the fish farm & visit our Visitors Centre with its interactive displays & cafeteria.
Dovey Valley Shooting Ground
Set in its own wooded valley near the coast in Central Wales. The shooting ground features a large sporting layout with over 100 different stands offering targets to suit everyone from a complete beginner to the most experienced clay shooter.
Heritage and wildlife boat trips from Aberdovey. Suitable for all ages
Dyfi Osprey Project
A family run British Horse Society Approved Riding, Training and Examination Centre.
Mountaineering and Hill Walking
Huw Gilbert Mountaineering offers instruction and leading in all aspects of mountaincraft from the complete beginner wishing to venture into the hills for the first time, the experienced hill walker keen to move onto steeper ground, right through to the climber wishing to improve on and learn new skills
Museum of Modern Art Wales
Throughout the year Moma Wales exhibits Welsh Modern Art, many pieces being for sale.
King Arthur's Labyrinth
Take a unique boat ride along an underground river, through the great waterfall & sail into a world of mystery, legends & storytelling. Explore a labyrinth of tunnels & spectacular caverns, as tales of King Arthur & Welsh Legends unfold.
Llywernog Silver-Lead Mine
A visit to Llywernog at Ponterwyd offers a fascinating insight into life nearly 200 years ago, when the mine employed over 60 people. Today, Llywernog is a fascinating and educational family adventure.
Machynlleth Golf Club
An undulating heathland course with nine spectacular holes and scenery. Par is a tricky 68
National Library of Wales
Set high on the hill above the seaside town of Aberystwyth. One of only six copyright libraries in the UK. The National Library of Wales is one of the world's great libraries. Situated at Aberystwyth in west Wales, it is a legal deposit library, and holds the world's largest collection of works about Wales and other Celtic nations. It offers free access to its collections both on site and electronically.
RSPB Ynys-Hir Reserve
Bird and nature reserve at Eglywysfach near Machynlleth which includes oak woodland, lowland grass meadows, reedbeds and salt marsh.
The historic narrow-gauge steam railway Talyllyn Railway runs from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, where there are excellent forest walks
The Magic of Life Butterfly House
The butterfly house at Cwmrheidol is home to a whole host of different butterfly species and an equally fascinating collection of tropical plants, making this a fun and educational place
Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway
An unforgettable journey through the spectacular Rheidol Valley by narrow gauge steam train from Aberystwyth
Wild Walks Wales
Offer an range of guided walks in the area, as well as specialist skills courses.