For those in search of things to do in Carmarthenshire or those who need some help in planning your trip, we've put together some suggestions with our favourite things to do.
Whether you chose the mountains or the coast, there’s plenty on offer!
'Check in’ to Carmarthenshire. Whether you’re a thrill-seeker looking for your next challenge, a pair of romantics keen for a cosy hideaway or a family of explorers on a quest for gold mines and shipwrecks, Discover Carmarthenshire through unique outdoor experiences and adventures.
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Carmarthenshire has some of the UK's darkest night skies for stargazers and astronomers. Our dark sky hideouts in come alive with the stars, here are some of the best places to see the spectacular night sky.
Whether you’re looking for a somewhere to explore, or just the perfect spot to set up your picnic we’ve got you covered with our selection of impressive castles.
Get out and enjoy both the landscapes and what they produce, we've put together a list of some of the best picnic spots, coastal and countryside, in the county.
If you enjoy collecting antiques, come to Carmarthenshire on a journey of discovery. Follow our Antique and Brocante trail, it will take you to places you never knew existed and help you find the piece you always wanted.
We've sniffed out some of our favourite Dogs of Instagram on their adventures around Carmarthenshire
Walk through the gardens of Wales, Carmarthenshire’s pride and joy; no wonder the county is known as the 'Garden of Wales'.
Thanks to its picturesque countryside, phenomenal beaches and stunning historical buildings, Carmarthenshire is a movie star in its own right.Follow our film fans trail to some of county’s best TV and movie location hot spots…
Carmarthenshire is the picture-perfect setting for that idyllic daytime date, cosy candlelit dinner or romantic getaway.
From leather-making to lino-cutting, painting to pottery, ceramics to sculpture, and much more besides, Carmarthenshire’s towns are buzzing with the creations of our multi-talented artists and makers.
When you discover Carmarthenshire on foot, you don’t just get to see the county, you get to know the county. You can head south to try out some of the best coastal walks in Wales or go north for a more rugged, rural scene.
Follow the route of the historic Llanelli and Mynydd Mawr Mineral Railway through the beautiful Gwendraeth Valley or try the beautiful traffic-free riverside path that runs along the River Amman,it has great views of the Black and Betws Mountains. One route for all is the mostly flat and easily accessible coastal route of the Millennium Coastal Park.
If castles are not your thing, you can chose to visit an historic house or mansion. Here, the stories are often about Carmarthenshire's industrial past with tales of conflict less violent, but no less interesting.