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36 Hours in Carmarthenshire

What can you do you in 36 hours?

Do you have a wanderlust for adventure? A desire to delve into the secrets of ancient legends? Or maybe you’re passionate about feasting on delicious food and drink produce with a traceable provenance? Find all this, and more, in just 36 hours across the vibrant towns and exquisite countryside of Carmarthenshire, a true jewel of south-west Wales.

This is where you’ll find verdant landscapes as far as the eye can see, majestic mountains rising over the horizon, forests pulsating with magical auras, coastlines of inviting clear waters and sublime sandy beaches – and unique cultural experiences. This is a place where you can discover, in less than two days, that this lovely part of Wales is a walker’s paradise, a utopia for wildlife lovers and a nirvana for cyclists. It’s also the county that brought Dylan Thomas inspiration, where he famously penned the classic Under Milk Wood and where he lived for four years. Marry this all with a foodie scene to satisfy all tastes, an eclectic shopping offer ranging from antique and vintage to classic and contemporary, and a friendly local welcome wherever you go and it’s a place you’ll want to keep coming back to.