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The Local Area Guide to living in Aberporth

Aberporth, a picture-perfect coastal village, found on the southern end of Cardigan Bay on the Ceredigion coastline of West Wales, shelters two postcard worthy beaches - one of which has been awarded Blue Flag status - and a wealth of wildlife. The allure and friendly vibe of this coastal village and its distinct Welsh identity, coupled with the gorgeous seascapes make Aberporth the perfect home base.

Information about the local residents

As soon as you step foot in Aberporth, you'll be greeted with a warm welcome. The village has a population of 2,374, according to the 2011 Census records. MOD Range Aberporth, a testing range for the military, lives alongside the tight-knit community and is one of the main employers in the village. Not surprisingly, since Aberporth is a firm favourite among Europeans for family holidays, residents are also highly involved in the tourism industry.

Expectedly, the village is home to a significantly older population, mostly due to the laid-back atmosphere coupled with a serene way of life. In fact, this peaceful nature can be very beneficial indeed, as the 2011 Census suggests that the majority of Aberporth residents have better health than the average person in Wales.

Nearby Schools

Even though the village is only home to one school - a primary school by the name of Ysgol Gynradd Aberporth - it maintains exemplary academic standards and was awarded an Ofsted rating of 'Good'.

For other excellent alternatives or secondary school options, pupils will have to travel to nearby villages and towns. Thankfully, many of the surrounding schools serve a lot of the adjacent areas and are easily reached by car. Ysgol Penparc in Penparc, and Ysgol T. Llew Jones in Brynhoffnant are brilliant primary schools. Secondary schools such as Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi in Cardigan, Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron in Aberaeron and Ysgol Gyfun Emlyn in Newcastle Emlyn all have pupils achieving well above the national average.

Getting Around

Aberporth is small enough to explore on foot, but it's also quite well connected to neighbouring villages and towns. The Ceredigion Coast path, an outstanding footpath stretching across the Welsh Heritage coast from Cardigan to Ynyslas, allows keen walkers to discover fairytale settings, unspoilt countryside, charming villages and towns along the way. You may even spot a couple of bottlenose dolphins frolicking in the sea!

If you don't want to work up a sweat, there are several buses (the 552, 554 and T5) which conveniently transport you to the nearby villages and towns. While there are no train stations present nearby, many residents tend to rely on their cars. Cardigan is a mere 14-minute drive away, New Quay, Aberaeron and Llandysul, 30 minutes, whereas Lampeter is an hour's drive. This makes Aberporth the ideal location for those wishing to enjoy the peace and quiet that rural life brings, but still have bustling resorts and towns within easy reach.

Local Shops

Aberporth may be small, but it has everything you could ever need right at your doorstep. Within the village, you'll find several small shops, a pharmacy, a post office, gift shop, hardware centre, hair salon, and a launderette.

Two mini markets: London House Stores and Londis situated in Parcllyn allow you to do your weekly food shops. If, however, you seek a larger supermarket, you'll be able to find a Tesco in Cardigan. If you prefer fresh, hand-picked produce, a Farm shop situated 4 miles north of Aberporth in Sarnau, allows you to pick up a wide assortment of fruit, vegetables and tender cuts of meat.

Those feeling peckish will find an array of cafes, pubs and restaurants to their liking. Whether it's crispy, perfectly cooked fish & chips, a tasty Chinese or a spicy Indian curry that you're after, you are well catered for. One esteemed venue to visit is Gardd Y Nos, which is situated on the outskirts of Aberporth and has become a firm favourite among locals and visitors alike for its superb dishes and vibrant atmosphere.

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