In nearby Llanpumsaint, there is the beautiful monastery, ashram and hospice of Skanda Vale. A sanctuary for all life and a place for genuine pilgrims to enhance their spiritual experience. See here for further details.
A visit to the New Quay Honey Farm is a must.
There is a lovely tearoom, shop, and meadery in addition to a fascinating exhibition of bees behind glass. Also there on a regular basis are the New Quay birds of prey where you can meet, up close and personal, the stunning owls and hawks that are handled by Liz and Gary. These meetings do have to be booked in advance. Details can be found here.
Why not take a guided tour, and try your hand at panning for gold at the Dolaucothi Gold Mine. Now owned by the National Trust it dates back 2,000 years to Roman times and is well worth a visit.
If you are a steam railway enthusiast, there are two working lines, one which is situated in the Teifi Valley, and one in Gwilli near Carmarthen. See here and here.
Take a trip to The National Wool museum to learn about the history of the industry in Wales.
If cheese hits the spot for you, then Caws Teifi cheese organic farm is the perfect place for you to visit. Award winning cheeses made from locally sourced raw milk.
If you fancy making your own piece of pottery on one day, and going back to paint it a few days later then pop to Gwili Pottery.
Just up the road from the camp site you can take a stroll and enjoy a cup of tea at Norwood Gardens. Please check ahead of your visit for opening dates.
For sea side visits Aberaeron, Cardigan Bay is a delightful Georgian town known for its fishing port and pretty painted houses. We recommend a visit to the fishmongers, where you can buy the local catch of the day. He is only open on Thurs, Fri and Sat. and you can find him tucked away behind The Vine on the harbour. There are plenty of lovely restaurants and cafes, and you can take a boat trip out to explore Cardigan Bays marine ecology and heritage coastline.
New Quay is a pretty, popular seaside destination and here you can take a boat trip out into beautiful Cardigan Bay to go dolphin, bird and Atlantic seal spotting. There are also plenty of other things to enjoy too. Take part in water sports, relax on the blue flag seaside award winning beach and visit the heritage or marine life centre. It does get very busy in high season so if you want to eat in one of the many restaurants, we advise booking in advance. We recommend The Pepperpot.