Cenarth Falls
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Cenarth Falls

The falls are a stretch of greenery-covered rocks on the River Teifi, interspersing several small waterfalls and pools in drier seasons, turning to a dramatic view of amazing floodwaters in the rainy season. They are also well-known for the salmon leap, when the salmon travel to their spawning ground upstream.

Near Newcastle Emlyn, the peaceful village of Cenarth also has the Coracle Museum to offer, showing the details of coracle construction and coracle examples from around the world. Cenarth is one of only a few sites in Britain where it is possible to see coracles still in use. Also of interest is a 13th-century flour mill once owned by King Edward I, and a 18th-century bridge. There are some lovely walks along the river, and pay and display parking available.
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