Aberystwyth is a small typical holiday resort town on the west coast of Wales in the United Kingdom, located between three large hills and two glorious beaches. Aberystwyth is home to the ruins of Aberystwyth Castle and a wide promenade along which you can go for a leisurely wander or simply sit and soak up the sunshine. On clear days, you can venture out of Aberystwyth to the promenade to view Mount. Snowdon, Wales’ tallest mountain. If you need a weekend break and don't have enough time to fly to Cyprus or Greece, Wales with its holiday homes Aberystwyth is a suitable destination.
Aberystwyth’s harbour, one Wales’ busiest, is the focal point of life in the town. When visiting the harbour, don’t forget to sample the culinary delights served up by the many cafés, bars and restaurants found here. From the harbour, you can catch a boat trip to Cardigan Bay, where you can catch a glimpse of dolphins and seals in their natural habitat. Fishing excursions are also on offer, enabling you to enjoy a tasty, freshly caught meal in the comfort of your Aberystwyth holiday village. While in Aberystwyth, you can venture out on the Aberystwyth Electric Cliff Railway, the longest electric cliff railway to be found in Britain. The railway begins at north of the promenade and climbs up Constitution Hill, and are in frequent operation in the spring and summer months when holiday cottages Aberystwyth are full of visitors. Upon reaching the summit, you will be able to enjoy gorgeous panoramic views of the town’s surrounding areas, with Pembrokeshire’s Preseli Hills being located to the south, Cardigan Bay to the west and Snowdonia’s vast mountains to the north.
Aberystwyth is a university town, being home to the University of Wales Aberystwyth and is populated by seven thousand students. This makes for a vibrant and exciting social scene and nightlife, with a range of over 60 different drinking establishments.Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales’ largest arts centre, is where you can enjoy a full programme of inspiring theatre and cinematic performances. The centre runs performance courses for the creative-minded among you, suitable for visitors of all ages.Aberystwyth is also home to the National Library of Wales, one of six deposit libraries to be found in the British Isles. The library holds over four million books. The Entrance Hall Exhibition Area and Gregynog Gallery host regular exhibitions by Welsh artists while Peniarth Gallery and the World of the Book exhibition displays thematic exhibits of items sourced from the library's own collections. You already know Aberystwyth like the back of your hand and now you have to explore some other countries?