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Aberaeron Ceredigion Wales
The River Aeron (Welsh: Afon Aeron) is a river in Ceredigion, West Wales, that flows into Cardigan Bay at Aberaeron. The Aeron has its source in Llyn Eiddwen, in the range of hills called Mynydd Bach. It then follows a more or less westerly and then north westerly track to the sea. It has a rather broad river valley bounded by low hills and tributaries including the Gwenffrwd, Nant Wysg, Nant Picadilly, Nant y Wernen and Nant Rhiw Afallan. <br><br> The Aeron passes through and by several villages including Llangeitho, Abermeurig , Llundain Fach, Newbridge, Ciliau Aeron and Felinfach. <br><br> It passes close to the restored mansion at Llanerchaeron which is now in the care of the National Trust before entering the picturesque harbour at Aberaeron where it enters the sea.<br><br> The Aeron is fished for salmon and brown trout.
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