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Carmarthenshire Larder Trails

To try the freshest local produce you need to go right to the source. Our 100% Carmarthenshire Larder Trails will help you do just that and lead you to the tastiest addresses in the county, from coffee roasters, to cheese producers, vineyards, bottle shops, butchers, delis and more.

Discover hidden milkshake vending machines down winding county roads and the very best cafes and delis tucked away in our market towns as we guide you around the county with three different regions covered.

We enlisted the help of three food writers, inviting them to come and sample our fayre and help us craft out these guides which will arm you with the insider knowledge to help you shop, cook, eat and drink the very best of Carmarthenshire.

We celebrate our Welshness as well as embracing diversity as Asian curries are cooked up using the freshest local veg, followed by a short drive to one of the county’s most famous cheese producers and a trip to the market to search out a pot of laverbread, our very own caviar.

We hope you enjoy.

Mid County Larder Trail

Trail 1

Highlights

Areas: Carmarthen, Kidwelly, Llansteffan, Talog, Llanarthney

Best for: Picnic supplies (especially honey and cheese), ham and gin.

Western Larder Trail

Trail 2

Highlights

Areas: St Clears, Laugharne, Pendine, Whitland, Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn

Best for: Welsh wine, world-famous cheese, freshly foraged seafood, and home-reared Welsh beef.

Eastern Larder Trail

Trail 3

Highlights

Areas: Llandovery, Llandeilo, Ammanford, Llanelli

Best for: Welsh craft beers, small batch coffee and made on the premises gelato.

Visit our 100% Carmarthenshire food and drink listing

Food and Drink