Aberporth, the tiny village on the Western tip of Wales where Blodwen HQ is
situated, lies on the Welsh Coastal Path – the first contiguous public walking path in Europe. It is the longest bay in the UK, stretching 50 miles from Bardsey Island on the Llyn Peninsula all the way down to
Strumble Head in
Pembrokeshire. Walking our tiny piece of it is always breathtaking, but never more so than at this time of year. Spring has arrived with a flourish! Hedgerows are bursting with blossom,
buttercups, violets and wild gorse. The air is soft and gentle and the sea is an amazing green blue.
The Bay has the largest resident population of bottlenose dolphins in Europe and is now officially a Special Area of Conservation (SAC).
Cardigan Bay’s crabs are a favourite of Michelin Star chef Raymond Blanc. An
invasion of spider crabs here back in the late 1990s has resulted in a regular supply of seafood to many of London’s top
This month sees the opening of Cardigan Castle after a £12 million facelift, courtesy of The Heritage Lottery Fund. The
renovation is a commemoration of the birthplace of the first ‘Eisteddfod’, back in 1176 – Wales’ annual cultural festival and promises to be a major new tourist
attraction for West Wales – see all the
Come and enjoy!