Short Breaks in Pendine
Carmarthenshire is one of the historic counties of Wales and is situated in the south-west of the country. A mountainous region with the Cambrian Mountains to the north and the Black Mountain to the east, its principal town is Carmarthen. Other large towns include Ammanford and the coastal resort of Llanelli. The River Towy also flows through the county.
There is plenty to see and do in Wales's largest historic county, with plenty of fishing villages and beaches to explore on the south coast. Its landscape of mountains and hills are perfectly suited to walkers and the 'outdoor type'! And there are several parks and reserves to view the Welsh wildlife.
Other attractions include the Teifi Valley & Gwili Heritage Railways, the impressive ruins of Dinefwr Castle and Kidwelly Castle and the natural beauty of Brechfa Forest. Take in views of the Gower Peninsula from the Millennium Coastal Park at Llanelli or lose yourself in the fragrant gardens of Aberglasney House.