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Ceredigion is a county that sits on the edge of Cardigan Bay on the west coast of Wales. The county stretches from the Dyfi estuary in the north to the Teifi estuary in the south. To the west is the Irish Sea, with the counties of Gwynedd to the north, Powys to the east, and Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire to the south, with the Afon Teifi forming much of the boundary between the latter two counties. Ceredigion has an area of 696 square miles and has a population of 78,000 with major settlements strung out along the coastal strip. The towns stretch from Cardigan in the south through Aberporth, New Quay and Aberaeron to Aberystwyth in the north of the county. The hinterland between the coast and Mid Wales can only be described as sparsely populated with villages and market towns peppered about the rural landscape. It is no accident that the once rare red kite has prospered in the wild landscape of Ceredigion. The property stock ranges from traditional victorian seaside terraces and small hotels in the holiday resorts to welsh cottages and farms within the rural areas of the county. Marina developments are springing up along the Bay of Cardigan and the Ceredigion coastline is no exception with a marina at the university town and seaside resort of Aberystwyth. Welsh culture is very important to the people of Ceredigion and the Welsh language is spoken by a large proportion of the population (52%).