Jump into the summer holidays. From wool to wheels, find your next adventure now.

Fun and Free

You can enjoy a great family day out in Carmarthenshire but still look after the pennies.

  • Have a woolly great time at the National Wool museum, Drefach Felindre. Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills you can follow the process from Fleece to Fabric from Tuesday to Saturday and entrance is Free.


  • Libraries throughout Carmarthenshire including the mobile libraries have activities on throughout the year such as themed Storytime, Lego, Films and craft sessions.


  • Discover fascinating and curious art and antiquities from Carmarthenshire’s past at Carmarthenshire county museum. It’s the perfect place to soak up the history from a part of Wales steeped in heritage, myth and legend

Get Active

Get out and enjoy Carmarthenshires coast and country

  • Our Country Parks offer a great family day out, with walks, adventure play grounds and great picnic locations.


  • On yer bike!!! Carmarthenshire has every option for cyclers be it gentle peddlers wanting to stop off for tea and cake or two-wheeled warriors looking for climbs and challenges! There are rides categorised for families, mountain bikers and road cyclists.


  • Summer strolls. Carmarthenshire has hundreds of miles of footpaths, taking you into the wonderful countryside, from mountains to fertile river .Some of our favourite walks are the Dylan Thomas Birthday Walk in Laugharne, Millennium Coastal Park in Llanelli, the RSPB Reserve at Gwenffrwd Dinas and the vast Forests of Brechfa and Cilycwm.

Foodie Days Outs

Carmarthenshire is a foodie heaven, so here are a couple of things to make your mouth water.

  • Enjoy cheese tasting at Caws Cenarth. Situated a few miles from Newcastle Emlyn, drop in to this family-run business, (best time is 11.30-3pm) to discover how cheese is made and to watch the cheesemakers hard at work, and of course stock up.


  • Make more of your morning coffee and lunch at cafes which offer a lot more than coffee and cake. Parc y Bocs and Cwmcerrig both offer a great adventure play areas alongside opportunities to get close to the farm animals. Llety Cynin and Cowshed at Cowpots both offer a delightful woodland walks to explore.