Llandysul sits on the Teifi river in the county of Ceredigion, South Wales, halfway between Cardigan and Lampeter. Built around its ancient church, a large proportion of the village is now a conservation area. Standing on one of the finest fishing rivers in Wales, it is famous for its salmon and sewin (sea trout) as well as for its white water canoeing.
The Teifi rises in Llyn Teifi (Teifi Lake) before flowing into the sea just below Cardigan. Llandysul and its neighbour across the river, Pont Tyweli, are ideally situated for exploring the beautiful counties of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and the Brecon Beacons.
Walkers and cyclists are always welcome in the village and leaflets are available showing a number of local walks starting from the centre of Llandysul. Canoeists are well catered for by the Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Club.