Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

Camping at Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park


OPENING DATES & TIMES

Opening dates for 2017 are from
1st April 2017 to
4th November 2017
.

Opening times are
10am until 6pm
from 1 April until 30 September.

From 1st October until 4 November, 10am until 5pm.

CLOSED from:
November 5 2017.
Re-open 1 April 2018.

 

ENTRY PRICES
£3--90 [14yrs and over]
£2--90 [2yrs to13yrs]
FREE [under 2yrs]
£3--50 [OAPs]

Prices include V.A.T.



Cardigan Island
Coastal Farm Park

Gwbert-on-Sea,
Cardigan, Ceredigion,
West Wales, UK
SA43 1PR

Call: 01239 623 637
Fax: 01239 612 196
Email:
info@cardiganisland.com


Come to Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park for
Cardigan Island
Atlantic Grey Seals
Emus
Dolphins in the wild
Island views
Goats
Amazing scenery
NEW Kune Kune and Mangalitza [curly] pigs.


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About Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

Cardigan Island and the estuary leading up to CardiganThis unique farm park is stunningly located on a scenic headland, overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, which is just 200 yards off-shore, so it can be clearly viewed from the park.

Cardigan Island is home to thousands of nesting sea-birds, so access has to be restricted. It also has a flock of wild Soay sheep, originally from the isle of Soay, south of Skye, Scotland.

A colony of Atlantic grey seals breed in the many caves below the farm park cliffs and can be seen virtually every day.

Cardigan Bay's bottlenose dolphins are frequent visitors to the waters surrounding the park, particularly during calm weather, when they swim closer to the shore. They can be viewed clearly from the park.

Cardigan Island at sunset

There are a variety of friendly farm animals here. These include pigs, sheep, goats, rare breed cattle, ponies, chickens, rabbits, ducks, geese and Dilwyn the donkey. There are also llamas and emus from far-off lands.

There is also an out-door adventure playground and sand-pit for the children to enjoy

We sell refreshments from the visitor centre. They can be consumed on the picnic tables in the centre or outside amongst glorious scenery, or as take-aways in your own vehicles if you prefer.

Gifts are sold from the visitor centre. which features a gift shop, a Welsh ambience restaurant, an indoor play area and an interpretive section.