Map of Ceredigion
If you are planning a trip to Wales you shouldn’t forget to pack your travel insurance papers, your passport and, of course, this map of Ceredigion. This map of Ceredigion illustrates the layout of the province, its borders with other districts and the main cities of this province. This map of Ceredigion will also help you explore this region without any fear of getting lost, regardless of the mean of transportation you choose to use: car (personal or rented from a car hire agency) or train.
This is a map of Ceredigion. Ceredigion is a county within the mid-west of Wales. This map should provide you with the details surrounding the details of any roads, landmarks, streets and regional divides of the county.
As well as being a county, it is also a former kingdom. In 1282 it was created as Cardiganshire. In 1996 it was reconstituted as a county and given that name, although it reverted a day later to Ceredigion. Currently, there is very little difference between the historical county and the current county.
Ceredigion is ranked 4th in regards to total area. It measures in at just under 1,800 square km. In terms of population, it holds just under 76,000 people within its borders, and is ranked 19th in that regard, according to a 2001 census. Given the two totals, it has a population density of 43 people per km squared and is ranked 21st, this makes it the second most sparsely populated county in Wales. The two largest settlements in the county are Cardigan and Aberystwyth.
It has a relatively high population of people of people who are literate in the Welsh language. With over 60% of the residents knowing how to speak, read, write or understand the language.
Ceredigion shares its borders with Carmarthenshire to the south, Pembrokeshire to the south-west, Powys to the east, Gwynedd to the north and Cardigan Bay to the west. Ceredigion is known as a coastal county. The source of five rivers in wales can be found at the highest point of Ceredigion: Pumlumon, which measures at 752 m (2467 ft).