Goodwick lies in Dyfed, a preserved county of Wales
that covers the former counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire,
Pembrokeshire. Dyfed consists of a peninsula with Cardigan Bay
to the north, Camarthen Bay to the south, and inlets to the west.
Inland Dyfed is hilly and mountainous while the coasts are dotted
with cliffs and sandy beaches. This beautiful county has great
variety, majestic coastal cliffs to sand dunes, river estuaries
to cascading streams, from gently rolling farmland to rocky outcrops,
all within a few miles of each other.