Explore the area

Places to visit near Quay West

Proud history, brooding natural landscapes and miles of gorgeous beaches lie along this magnificent coastline; from Pembrokeshire's rugged beauty to Tenby's sedate sands. Welcome to the untapped beauty of South Wales, where you'll find fewer crowds and a relaxing atmosphere. Where there's a feeling of getting away to seaside places that keep it simple, fresh and unchanging. Where National Geographic voted second best coastal destination in the World.

Lots to see and do

Our top picks

There are lots of fabulous places to visit, using Haven holiday parks as your base. From beautiful beaches and landscapes to places of interest like historical sites and nature trails, or attractions like theme parks and wildlife parks - there are choices to suit the whole family. Check out our top picks.
Boats on New Quay harbour

Attractions

Bass fishing trips

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If you are holidaying in or around New Quay and fancy a few hours sea-angling then there is only one place to go. The team at Bass Fishing Trips run hourly, part daily, and daily sea-angling trips from New Quay.

Address:

Bass fishing trips, New Quay, Ceredigion, West Wales, Ceredigion/Cardiganshire, SA45 9NW

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
0.8 miles from Quay West
Little girl feeding a goat

Attractions

Fantasy Farm Park

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All your favourite farmyard friends and children's activities make for a great family adventure.

Address:

Hafod Peris, Llanrhystud, Ceredigion/Cardiganshire, SY23 5DA

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
14.8 miles from Quay West
Little Quay (Cei Bach)

Beaches

Little Quay (Cei Bach)

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Cei Bach is a lovely beach, popular for swimming and water sports. Dogs are allowed. Parking available a short walk from the beach.

Address:

Little Quay (Cei Bach), New Quay, Ceredigion/Cardiganshire, SA45 9SL

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
Less than a mile from Quay West
Fishing boat on the water of New Quay Harbour Beach

Beaches

New Quay Harbour Beach

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New Quay Harbour Beach is a picturesque village that was once a flourishing fishing port. The beach is used for swimming, sailing, and fishing (and even dolphin watching), and there are zoned areas for water sports. Dogs are not allowed between May 1-September 30. Two paid car parks. with spaces for the disabled. MCS recommended for excellent water quality. European designated bathing water.

Address:

New Quay Harbour Beach, New Quay, Ceredigion/Cardiganshire, SA45 9PS

Open dates: All year round
Restrictions:
Dogs not allowed from 1 May-30 September
 
Lifeguards: Daily 26 May-2 September
 
Lifeguard patrol times: 10am-6pm
Distance from park:
Less than a mile from Quay West
A panoramic view of Pembrokeshire coast

Places of interest

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is unique in Britain as the only National Park that is predominantly coastal. It covers approximately 240 square miles and boasts spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife.

Address:

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, SA42 0TJ

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
30 miles from Quay West
Great Glasshouse surrounded by greenery

Attractions

National Botanic Garden of Wales

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The first national botanic garden to be created in the new millennium. With everything from tropical house to idyllic lakes in a gorgeous landscaped setting.

Address:

The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8HG

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
36 miles from Kiln Park
36 miles from Lydstep Beach
39 miles from Penally Court
36 miles from Quay West
3 Children on a sky swing

Attractions

Oakwood Theme Park

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Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-fuelled experience or a magical adventure, Oakwood has plenty of rides – big and small – as well as many different attractions catered to all ages. Wales’ biggest theme park is the perfect destination for a family day-trip.

Address:

Oakwood Theme Park, Canaston Bridge, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8DE

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
13 miles from Kiln Park
13 miles from Lydstep Beach
16 miles from Penally Court
44 miles from Quay West
Red and white boat at sea with birds overhead

Attractions

New Quay Boat Trips

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Take a one or two hour gorgeous cruise and discover the wildlife in this Special Area of Conservation, including razorbills, guillemots, porpoise, seals and even dolphins

Address:

Dolphin Spotting Boat Trips Booking Office, Main Pier, New Quay SA45 9NW

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
1 mile from Quay West
Steam train on the railway

Attractions

Vale of Rheidol Railway

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A blast of the whistle and the hiss of steam and you’re away! Sit back, relax and let the Vale of Rheidol Railway take you on a nostalgic journey through some of Wales’ most spectacular scenery.

Address:

Vale of Rheidol Railway, Park Avenue, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 1PG 

Open dates: All year round
Distance from park:
22 mile from Quay West