Discover Carmarthenshire. Safely…

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Dog friendly Things to Do

Dog friendly castles

Carmarthenshire’s long history is everywhere to be seen - on the ridge above Bethlehem in the Tywi Valley you will find one of Wales’ largest Iron Age hillforts, or in the hills near Pumsaint, the location of the only known Roman Goldmine in Britain. Carmarthenshire is also home to some of the most authentic and atmospheric castles in Europe. Here is a selection of dog friendly castles

Dog Friendly Towns

The quaint seaside villages of Burry Port, Ferryside and Llansteffan, the scenic countryside of the Tywi Valley and the Teifi Valley, the historic market towns of Llandeilo, Llandovery and Newcastle Emlyn, and the untouched charm of Laugharne are just some of the fantastic destinations you truly can't afford to miss.

Dog friendly attractions

Surround yourself this autumn with the ancient hills of the Black Mountain brimming with natural splendor, experience the supernatural folktales of Llyn y Fan, or wander the peaceful All Wales Coastal path, winding your way through unforgettable landscapes or explore some of the county's finest dog friendly attractions. 

Attractions all over Carmarthenshire allow dogs (some just specify they should be on a lead), from the many castles to the Gwili Railway. The National Botanic Garden of Wales’ even hold regular ‘Doggy Days’.