River Teifi, Rivers Llandysul, Ceredigion - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


. Llandysul Ceredigion Wales
Rising in the Cambrian Mountains some 2000 feet above sea level and some 75 miles in length, the river Teifi runs through the heart of south-west Wales. The river Teifi begins its journey at Llyn Teifi. It flows west through a picturesque river valley that forms a natural boundary between the Ceredigion plateau to the north and the Carmarthenshire plateau to the south. On its journey west to Cardigan Bay the Teifi passes through spectacular white water gorges, waterfalls, lush water meadows and shallow riffles that provide a rich range of habitats for wildlife. Historically the Teifi has always been a noted salmon river, with a small but significant commercial fishery in its lower reaches. In recent years it has gained a reputation as a world-class sea trout river. There are no coarse fisheries on the River Teifi, although pike are sometimes caught in Cors Caron, near Tregaron; however, coarse anglers have some good stillwaters to choose from in and around the Teifi Valley.
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