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A town full of history, great food and quaint shops

Cardigan is a town filled with a rich history; with its' fortifications credited to one of the most successful and powerful Welsh leaders of the Middle Ages, Rhys ap Gruffydd. In the 18th and early 19th century, Cardigan was the commercial centre of the county and the most important port in South Wales, exporting slate, oats, barley, and butter.

Today, many of the historic buildings are still very much in place, with more than 100 graded buildings lining the main town, housing independent shops, cafes, restaurants and more. 

Where to go!

Find your way around Cardigan

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