is a small peaceful seaside village nestling on the north side of the
Dyfi estuary. A popular resort for many years it has a thriving little
harbour and sits within Snowdonia National Park, where the river Dyfi
meets the blue waters of Cardigan Bay.
Aberdovey is a haven for those wanting to spend an energetic holiday. It
has watersports galore, including sailing, sailboarding, fishing, boat
trips and the summer regatta. It also has an 18 hole championship golf
Accommodation in Aberdovey represents excellent value. You can choose
from guest houses, self-catering flats and hotels within the village in
addition to farmhouse accommodation, chalets, camping and mobile and
static caravan sites.
The area around Aberdovey is littered with attractions. For example, the
Talyllyn Railway, which starts in Tywyn, is
well worth a visit and there are numerous historical sites within close
driving distance in addition to spectacular mountain and valley scenery
including the peaks of the Cader Idris and Aran Fawddwy ranges. This is
an ideal area for walkers, climbers and wildlife watchers.
Many people return to Aberdovey year after year. It is such an ideal
place to relax or use as a base to explore the wild and rugged West side
of Wales. Do not be surprised if you want to come and live in this area.
Incidentally, many Canadian tourists who visit the area say it reminds
them of home only on a smaller scale! Some recommendation .