With all the glorious weather around at the moment we couldn't resist running away to the seaside for a long weekend. So we headed for the Mid-Wales coast, an area we normally whiz past on our way to Pembrokeshire.
Starting in Aberystwyth we pottered around the area discovering more than enough beaches for a long weekend.
Further south to Llangranog - seen here from high above on the coastal path
A brief respite from the sea in the old walled garden at Llanerchaeron. This is being restored by National Trust volunteers and is full of flowers, vegetables and fruit trees - a place I could happily spend hours.
Back to the coast at Aberporth. Dolphins can be seen all along this coast but this was the only one we spotted this weekend.
|Late afternoon at Aberporth|
and to the small village of Tresaith to catch the sunset
...and for our last morning, a visit to Aberaeron with its pretty pastel painted houses and still harbour.