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What’s West Wales like in February and what can you do there, we hear you ask? The sun still shines bright in West Wales in February and although it is much colder you can still have a magical holiday. Let us take you through some of our favourite things to do during the month of February in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire

fish and chips in a foam box resting on a pebbles surface
bench overlooking north beach at aberporth with village green opposite and a few white properties

Here in West Wales, we love enjoying some fish and chips beside the coast. If you decide to visit one of our seaside towns like Tenby, you will be spoilt for choice. Most places even have some delicious vegetarian options so nobody has to miss out. On a cold winter’s day, there is nothing better than enjoying your food with a gorgeous view. But be careful, the seagulls can still be ruthless.

You may or may not know that Wales has more castles per square mile than any other place in the world! West Wales is so rich in heritage that you could spend hours exploring just one. Cardigan Castle is a popular castle in West Wales. You can literally spend a couple of hours just wandering the grounds and exploring the history. And make sure not to forget to get a photo in the famous Eisteddfod chair!

There are some fabulous beaches here in West Wales and this time of year they are beautifully dramatic. During the colder months, the beaches are quieter than during summertime. But that means you have endless sandy beaches to explore with your dog by your side. Looking for a more dramatic walk? West Wales is surrounded by a gorgeous coast path. Layer up and get your walking boots, you’ve got incredible scenery waiting to be discovered. And maybe you can treat yourself to some delicious fish and chips afterwards?

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