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Ocean Heights Leisure Park

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    Ocean Heights Leisure Park
    New Quay
    SA45 9RL
    Wales
    Opens
    1st March 2015
    Closes
    5th January 2016

Ocean Heights Leisure Park

Things to Do at Vale

  • Camarthen town center

    Carmarthen

    Explore, See

    Carmarthen, sometimes referred to as the Garden of Wales, is home to many fabulous attractions including the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthen Castle, a newly built shopping centre, a multi-screen cinema and a newly built bowling alley to name but a few.

  • Aberaeron Marina

    Aberaeron

    Explore, See

    Aberaeron, a charming Georgian port town and one of the first 'planned towns' in Wales is full of beautiful and interesting places to visit.  Have a stroll around the harbour taking in the wonderful sights, or enjoy a boat trip to explore the local ecology in Cardigan Bay.

  • New Quay beach and the marina

    New Quay Beach

    See

    New Quay is one of Wales' most vibrant and bustling beaches, famous for its relaxing blue vistas, and exciting water sports.

  • llangrannog beach in Ceredigion, Wales

    Llangrannog

    See

    The seaside village of Llangrannog lies on the coast of Ceredigion, in a narrow valley which the river Hawen makes its rapid way into Cardigan Bay. Another small stream, Nant Eisteddfa flows into the sea, but is mostly hidden and emerges as an outfall near the boat ramp.