The small coastal village, once a safe haven for smugglers and then commercial ship builders, provides wonderful views over Cardigan Bay, just 20 miles south of Aberystwyth.
The large sandy beaches and beautiful harbour attract holidaymakers from far and wide, year in year out.
There are two car parks, by the harbour and at the top of town. Free parking is limited, but parking charges are reasonable.
Like Aberaeron, New Quay has links to Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas, and also featured in a film about his life. The famous poet lived in New Quay during the latter years of the second world war.
A popular spot to see dolphins and seals, there is ample opportunity here for an enjoyable day out for the whole family. The Cardigan Bay Regatta has also been hosted here since the 1870s in August, featuring boating, swimming and even in shore sports.
A regular bus service runs from Aberystwyth to New Quay. For information click here