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Things to do in Carmarthenshire

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Botanical Garden
“Interestingly themed gardens, the world’s largest single-span greenhouse, tropical butterfly house and adventure playgrounds, all set in stunning Regency parkland. ”
  • 53 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
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“If you are travelling to us from north Wales or the north of England, or the Midlands and through Carmarthenshire, this fantastic cafe/ restaurant lies just outside the market town of Llandeilo. A perfect stop off point both to and from Pembrokeshire”
  • 32 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“In my opinion, the perfect Welsh castle. The setting is romantic, the walk up is pleasant and not strenuous, the views are amazing, encompassing farmland and wild hills. I love taking a torch and waking under the depths of the castle to the spring. There is a walk from the castle around the hills and back to the castle car park, which is scenic and varied.”
  • 31 locals recommend
Café
“Delicious wood fired pizza on the banks of the Teifi in a giant (but very cosy) Tipi! Open fires & friendly atmosphere in the heart of Cardigan. What more could you ask for!”
  • 32 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Excellent food, delicious bread, great coffee, lovely ambience and wonderful staff.”
  • 36 locals recommend
Cave
“Dan yr Ogof located at the National Showcase Centre for Wales, is a 17km (11 mile) long cave system in South Wales, about 5 miles (8km) north of Ystradgynlais and 15 miles southwest of Brecon, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. ”
  • 21 locals recommend
Lodging
“After a walk on the beach, call into the beach cafe for a great coffee and snack”
  • 27 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Rainy Day? Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan is our nearest cinema Live theatre stage and 3-screen cinema. ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Park
“Really interesting welsh history display and good stories of the servants. Nice food and cakes”
  • 24 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“A walled seaside town with 2 and a half miles of sandy beaches. Boats sail from Tenby's harbour to offshore monastic Caldy Island.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Entertainment
“A 12th century castle where the first Eisteddfod took place - a bastion of Welsh culture! The cafe looks out over the quay which was famous for ship building in the late 19th century. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Park
“Numerous bike tracks and cycle ways all suitable for families. Bike hire available at the Ski Centre.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“A cracking little waterfront pub just down the lane from Rocket House in St. Dogmaels. Voted one of the best beer gardens in Wales. The food has also won many accolades. Perfect place to spend a warm Summer’s evening on the water's edge. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Nature
“Beautiful gardens to wander round and to sit and relax while taking in the views Cafe on site”
  • 18 locals recommend
Museum
“Great museum telling the story of wool in Wales. Lovely cafe and restaurant and a working mill next door with a viewing gallery.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Museum
“The views, the walks, the nature and the pubs were inspiration enough for Dylan Thomas. We are sure you will also find inspiration, refreshment and pleasure as he did here in Laugharne.”
  • 20 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Deli / Bodega
“If you are travelling to us from north Wales or the north of England, or the Midlands and through Carmarthenshire, this fantastic cafe/ restaurant lies just outside the market town of Llandeilo. A perfect stop off point both to and from Pembrokeshire”
  • 32 locals recommend
Café
“Delicious wood fired pizza on the banks of the Teifi in a giant (but very cosy) Tipi! Open fires & friendly atmosphere in the heart of Cardigan. What more could you ask for!”
  • 32 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A small pub / restaurant between Llandeilo and Carmarthen. Saltmarsh lamb, Welsh beef and free range, rare breed pork are all on the menu.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great seafood restaurant overlooking Poppit Sands beach. Well worth a visit. Booking essential”
  • 14 locals recommend
Bar
“Nestled in the peaceful Cycle Valley, the Nag’s Head is ideal for a woodland walk and pub lunch!”
  • 9 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Amazing for sea food plus a varied menu. Really good wines. A nice treat for couples and worth the higher prices .”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This community-based eatery in the heart of Carmarthen has gone from strength to strength since it was opened by local chef Deri Reed in 2016. He started out with nothing, but thanks to a Crowdfunder campaign which raised more than £20,000, the Warren went from a dream to a delicious reality. The Warren is famous for its innovative and ever-changing menu.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
  • 6 locals recommend

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