Known as ‘the garden of Wales’, Carmarthenshire is a truly picturesque location, which is also rich in myths and folklore. From the magical legends of King Arthur to the poetry of Dylan Thomas, Carmarthenshire is where you’ll discover the true cultural heart of Wales.

With phenomenal scenery that includes miles of coastline and rugged mountains, you’ll feel instantly at peace whether you choose to hike, drive or even sail in the area. Plus, with no shortage of award-winning pubs, restaurants and cafes, you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes to replenishing your energy after a day of exploring!

As the oldest town in Wales, visitors are often surprised to see how Carmarthenshire seamlessly blends its classic charm and mystical heritage with a rich and diverse selection of modern shops. In fact, just a short walk from the Roman ramparts you'll find the ultra-modern St Catherine’s Walk. With some of the best names and brands available, this is the perfect mix of old and new. 

Whilst the scenery alone provides more than enough of a reason to visit, Carmarthenshire is also a place of adventure, history and so much more. With its impressive coastline, it's no surprise that Carmarthenshire offers an extensive range of watersports for the adrenaline junkies amongst you!