The Cededigion Coast Path runs along the Welsh Heritage Coast from Cardigan northwards along Cardigan Bay to Ynyslas near Borth, a short distance north of Aberystwyth. The official start, in Cardigan, is the bronze otter next to the bridge on the northern bank of the River Teifi. The end is at the Ynyslas war memorial. In terms of geography the path crosses a variety of landscapes, such as a view across to Cardigan Island Nature Reserve, the dune system at Ynyslas, high cliffs, storm beaches, sandy bays and sea caves. In terms of wildlife, as well as native seabirds the Ceredigion coastline is renowned for Bottlenose Dolphins, Porpoises and Grey Seals. Towns, villages, hamlets and significant geographical sites visited along the route, from start to finish, include Cardigan, Gwbert, Foel y Mwnt, Allt y Gwrddon, Parcllyn, Aberporth, Tresaith, Penbryn, Llangrannog, Pendinaslochdyn, Penmoelciliau, Cwmtydu, Craig Yr Adar Nature Reserve, New Quay, Afon Drywi, Aberaeron, Aberarth, Llansantffaed, Llanrhystud, Pinderi Cliffs, Aberystwyth, Borth and the Dovey Estuary.