Uchafbwyntiau sir Ceredigion ar ddwy olwyn, yn ôl profiadau personol ac argymhellion gan eraill. Beth wnes i sylwi wrth roi hwn at ei gilydd oedd cystal ydy'r rhwydwaith o lwybrau graean sydd yn yr ardal. Er mwyn cael y gorau allan o'r sir yma, rhaid i chi gael beic sy'n mynd tu hwnt i'r tarmac! Ond i ni ar feic ffordd, mae 'na'n dal i fod toreth o leoliadau gwerth chweil i ymweld a hwy. Golud Gwlad Rhyddid yw arwyddiar y sir hwn sy'n cynnwys arfordir prydferth, trefi amrywiol, cestyll, bryniau a llynoedd. Mae dros hanner y boblogaeth yn medru'r Gymraeg.Highlights of Ceredigion for cyclists, according to recommendations from others. What I noticed while compiling this collection was the fantastic gravel network in the area. To make the most of this region, you need a bike that goes off-road! But for road cyclists, there is still loads of brilliant locations from beautiful coastline, rich towns, castles, hills and lakes. Over half of the population speak Welsh.
Get recommendations on the best single tracks, peaks, & plenty of other exciting outdoor places.
Road Cycling Highlight
Cardigan Castle dates back to the 11th century although it was rebuilt in the 1200s. Overlooking the River Teifi just before it flows into the estuary, the castle underwent significant renovations before being opened to the public in 2015.
The site of a complex and fascinating history, taking a tour here is worth it if you’re interested in history. Within the fortress walls, there's a mansion, built during the 1800s. With kitchen gardens, a cafe and plenty of information to get stuck into, this makes for a lovely stop if you’re in Cardigan. There is an entry fee to access the castle.
Tip by Kit P
Road Cycling Highlight
"Aber" is one of the biggest towns in mid-Wales and has a busy town centre with a good choice of independent shops and places to eat and drink. With a classic Victorian seafront, the oldest pier in Wales and a vibrant surf scene there are plenty of options to keep you occupied. Makes a great hub for tours to the North & South
Tip by Adie
Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)
Start at Talybont by the Whiite lion pub. Full circle with a coffee at Nant Y Arian. Then fire track through Nant Y Arian or main Rd (A44) to Lovesgrove then turn for Bow St and then back to Talybont. Various options for stops or longer route to Aberystwyth and ride along the sea to Borth .
Tip by SWard
Bike Touring Collection by Zoe von Rambling Rocks
Mountain Biking Collection by Allgäu
Hiking Collection by Lisa Paarvio Photography
Hiking Collection by Carola „Bandit“ K.