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Our stunning landscapes and scenery offer the perfect backdrop for discovering all there is to see and do here in our corner of Wales. From the idyllic coastline of CarmarthENHSIRE, PEMBROKESHIRE AND CEREDIGION in the west, the beautiful Brechfa Forest at our centre, to the majestic mountains of Brecon Beacons National Park in the east - and all of the wonderful places you’ll find in between.

Follow in the footsteps of Welsh Princes at our ancient castles; discover our historic towns – including Laugharne, the coastal town which inspired much of the work of Dylan Thomas, the world renowned poet; and explore our glorious gardens – the reason that we’re often referred to as ‘The Garden of Wales’.

If you're after something more energetic, then we have plenty of options for you to try. Pull on your boots to go hiking on the black mountain or grab your bike to go mountain biking in the massive choice of different forests. Gallop along sands on horseback or canoe through the white water of the river teifi. Whichever activity you choose, you'll enjoy it whilst surrounded by our stunning scenery.

We’re nestled between Pembrokeshire and the Gower Peninsula, making this area a perfect base to explore the whole of South Wales. You'll reach us within just an hours drive along the M4 from Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, and only 3 hours from London. It's ever so easy for you to get here...

discover the best dark sky spots in wales

A wildlife paradise at all times of the year

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