One of Wales' best kept secrets, visitors will discover a land of ancient language and traditions, of legends and kings, with lush countryside and rugged hills steeped in history, bustling market towns and country villages built beside the Teifi.
The Afon Teifi is the longest river which flows entirely within Wales, starting as a trickle in desolate mossy moorlands and entering Cardigan Bay seventy five glorious miles later.
For the adventurous, there are outdoor pursuits to follow. For others a relaxing stroll by the water or taking in the stunning views may be enough.
Excellent local produce - from sea, river and land - can be sampled in the area's hostelries and restaurants. You'll find a wide range of arts and crafts galleries & studios throughout the valley and a warm welcome in one of the many and varied cottages, tipis, farmhouses, yurts, gypsy wagons or cabins available in the valley.
Croeso Cynnes i Dyffryn Teifi!
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