Cardigan is the southern hub of the new Ceredigion Coastal Path which connects with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path as part of an in initiative to open the whole Welsh coastline to walkers at a future date. The tourist office shares the lobby with the local arts hub, Theatr Mwldan. The town’s medieval Cardigan Castle is slowly emerging from decades of neglect. Across the bridge, Cardigan’s Heritage Center is located in a restored granary and tells the town’s history. One of the best cuisine options is Ultracomida Deli, which has a combination of Welsh, French, and Spanish deli-style cuisine and serves the best coffee in town.