Get off the beaten track and enjoy a self drive tour of some of Wales’ lesser known coastal wonders. Begin at enchanting Portmeirion, designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in the early 20th century and based on the Italian village of Portofino. Take a walk through this architecturally unique village.
Next, drive south to the seaside town of Aberystwyth. Take a walk along the lively waterfront before taking the cliff railway up Constitution Hill for views over Aberystwyth and the Irish Sea. End your sightseeing today with a visit to the ruins of Aberystwyth Castle, dating back to the 13th century, as well as the First World War Memorial, offering stunning views across the bay.
Exploring these lesser known wonders of Wales
Portmeirion, a Welsh/Italian delight!
Discovering Portmeirion’s Central Piazza, Gothic Pavilion, Bristol Colonnade and Hercules Hall.
Seaside Aberystwyth and ancient Aberystwyth castle
Coastal Wonders of Wales - Self Drive
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