The Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival was established by a group of local fishermen in 1997 to show what fish was available locally and how fish can be prepared. It aimed at demystifying fish and shellfish and increase demand of such a local product, that was increasingly rarely sampled in the homes of local people.
At the annual festival visitors get a chance to watch chefs prepare local fish and sample dishes that they can then attempt at home. Local lobster, crab, mackerel, mullet, seabass and much more,get cooked in all different styles.
Full details on the Seafood Festival website – www.aberaeronfishfest.com