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  • Photo of Aberaeron
  • Photo of Aberaeron
  • Photo of Aberaeron
Photo of Aberaeron
Photo by Donna Dawson
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The charming town of Aberaeron is famous for its Georgian elegance with brightly painted town houses and an attractive seaside quay. This was most evident as we took a stroll out in the rather breezy weather to see the ocean and the boats. The houses surrounding the quay were lovely in all their finery of bright colours. They have a wonderful little walking map that you can use that guides you by all the famous buildings and tells you about each of them. A great walk to make room for dinner!

Written by  Donna Dawson.

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