Things to do in Carmarthenshire and South Wales

Discover the best of Carmarthenshire

Explore secluded forests, towering cliff tops, and lush green landscapes, or discover more about the region’s fascinating history and culture by visiting treasured landmarks, quaint towns and villages, and breathtaking natural wonders. If you’re looking for somewhere to spend time as a family, board a steam train at the Gwili Railway or get up close to rare and endangered species at one of the nearby wildlife parks.

Dylan Thomas’ Boat House

Learn about the life of the famous poet, writer and broadcaster, and experience inspiring views over the four estuaries from his Writing Shed.

Folly Farm

Perfect for children, Folly Farm is home to a vintage fairground, a world-class zoo, indoor and outdoor play areas, and plenty of friendly farm animals! Visit a real, award-winning working Cumbrian farm for a wide range of activities to suit all …

Bosherton Lily Ponds

Bosherston is a tiny village just 5 miles south of Pembroke. Home to a picturesque lake and lily ponds, it’s the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon stroll.

Laugharne Castle

Discover more about Laugharne's rich history as you explore the 13th-century castle and Victorian gardens before taking in views over the estuary.

Aberglasney House & Gardens

Explore the historic mansion and award-winning sub-tropical indoor garden or enjoy a picture-perfect walk around the beautifully landscaped grounds.

Xcel Bowl

Unleash your competitive side at this vibrant, family-friendly bowling venue! Xcel Bowl also features a soft play centre for little ones.

Pendine Sands Beach

This beautiful sandy beach is backed by a belt of sand dunes and offers unbeatable views across Carmarthen Bay to the Gower Peninsula and Tenby.

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