Mid Wales Quick Facts & Figures

Map of Mid Wales
Mid Wales in Wales Map – GFDL via wikipedia commons

Mid Wales is located in the heart of Wales, prominent towns in the area include Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Newtown. Mid Wales includes the Cambrian Mountains and is a sparsely populated area with a scenic coastline.

Mid Wales includes the coastline in Ceredigion that is a popular holiday destination with miles of scenic coastline and beaches, charming small towns and villages full of character and plenty of open spaces allowing visitors to get away from it all. Local attractions & places of interest include The Cardiganshire Coastal Walk, King Arthur’s Labyrinth, Pistyll Rhaeadr Laugharne Castle, Llanerchaeron and Powis Castle & Gardens. There are a number of historic buildings, castles, museums and galleries for visitors to explore in the area.

The area is host to a number of local festivals, shows, fairs and concerts throughout the year


Mid Wales Quick Facts

Population: 208,251

Region: Mid Wales

Area total: 6,986 sq km

Languages: English, Welsh.

Dialling Code: 01970 (Aberystwyth), 01239 (Cardigan), 01686 (Newtown).

Postcode Area SY23 (Aberystwyth), SA43 (Cardigan), SY16 (Newtown).

Closest Airports: Cardiff Airport.

Local Food: Crempog (pancakes), Cawl (one pot meal), Bara Brith, Teisen Lap (cake), Bara Planc (Bakestone Bread), Artisan Cheeses and locally brewed beers and wines.

Nearest Towns & Cities: Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Newtown, Welshpool and Llandrindod Wells.

Famous Attractions: The Cardiganshire Coastal Walk, King Arthur’s Labyrinth, Pistyll Rhaeadr Laugharne Castle, Llanerchaeron and Powis Castle & Gardens.
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