To Do in Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire is rightly known as the Garden of Wales, but it also boasts Wales biggest beach and includes one of the four upland ranges forming the Brecon Beacons National Park. Carmarthenshire provides the perfect base from which to explore South West Wales. Choose between the city life of Swansea, or the dolphins, porpoise and seals of Cardigan Bay, Britains first Marine Heritage Coast. Picturesque beauty spots, steam railways and Oakwood Theme Park are all within easy reach.
Carmarthenshire County Council Information for Tourists.
Tourist Information Centres at :-
Carmarthen 01267 231557
Llandovery 01550 720693
Millennium Coastal Park, Llanelli 01554 777744
An independant directory of tourist information.
The following are a list of links to businesses and useful contacts for additional ideas of activities in Carmarthenshire. Any issues with any of the websites should be reported to the webmaster of that site. If you have any suggestions for other links please contact me.
Activity Wales online tourism company promoting all activity providers.
All Terrain Park
Cruises along Pembrokeshire coast
Arts & Crafts
Glyn-Coch Craft Centre
King Street Gallery
Folly farm Adventure park and zoo.
Merlin's Hill Centre
National Showcaves Centre - Wales
Oakwood Theme Park
Dyfed Shires & Leisure Farm
Hywel Dda Gardens & Interpretive Centre
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Brecon Mountain Railway
Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
Gower Heritage Centre
Gwili Steam Railway
National Wool Museum
Teifi Valley Railway
West Wales Museum of Childhood
The National Trust has one website covering all of its properties, those in Carmarthenshire include :-
Dinefwr Park, Llandeilo
National Wetland Centre - Wales
Books and CDs on local nature
Antiques Guide to West Wales
Welsh Farmers Markets
Grand Theatre - Swansea
If you would like to suggest a link please email me with details of the website and a sentence describing the service provided.