Will use KLM again.
Our pilot was the best
Amsterdam flight from Cardiff. Quick. Easy. Friendly staff. Perfect - would def use again.
My partner fell ill could not fly She is 77didnot realise there was a 75 limit
20 minute delay on departure but a very good flight and service
Happy with the journey timing was very good
Easy and cheap
I thought the staff were very welcoming and were helpful throughout the flight.
A good trip
Book flights to Cardigan and you’re in for an active holiday. Situated on the banks of the River Teifi in Ceredigion in Wales, this small seaside town is a burst of colour and activity. Dating back to the 11th Century, when a Norman fortification stood here, today Cardigan is now a refreshing splash of a seaside getaway.
Cardigan is particularly popular with walkers looking to explore the diversity of the Welsh countryside and coast. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the perfect place for hiking, running or mountain biking, and the region’s coastal paths are some of the most beautiful in the UK. You can also fly to Cardigan and take a relaxed stroll along Ceredigion’s sandy beaches or head out dolphin-spotting in Cardigan Bay. The possibilities are endless.
There are two airports within driving distance of this compact but charismatic port town, so you’ll have no trouble finding convenient flights to Cardigan. The closest airport is Cardiff International, less than 100 miles away by road. To broaden your options when flying to Cardigan you could also fly to Bristol Airport, which is a little further away, but potentially more convenient for flights. Depending on which route you take, Bristol is about 130 to 140 miles away by road, so consider renting a car for your onward journey.
Located close to the English border on the south coast of Wales, you can fly to Cardiff Airport from a number of domestic locations from within the UK and Ireland. These include Dublin, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Belfast City Airport, Glasgow International, Anglesey and the Isle of Man. Cardiff also receives flights from a number of European locations (many in Spain), meaning a trip to Cardigan could be the ideal end to your break on the continent.
Located in north Somerset, on the English side of the Bristol Channel, Bristol Airport serves a broader range of airlines and world destinations than Cardiff. You can fly to Cardigan via Bristol from many of the same regional departure points as Cardiff, as well as Inverness, Guernsey, Cork and an even more diverse selection of European destinations.
Travelling to Cardigan by rail involves catching a train to Haverfordwest or Aberystwyth before then hopping on a bus towards Cardigan, as the town has no railway station of its own. As this can result in extended travel times, you should consider renting a car. Reserve one online today and it will be ready and waiting for you to collect at the airport after your flight arrives. Cardigan is just over two hours’ drive from Cardiff Airport and just under three hours from Bristol Airport, via the M4 motorway.
If you want to get away from it all, Cardigan makes a wonderful place to stay. Don’t wait – search online for flights to Cardigan and book today with Expedia.
|Destination Airport||Cardiff Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||CWL|
|Destination City Name||Cardiff|