Maps of :Carmarthen Tourist Attractions
Map of Carmarthen Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Carmarthen, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Carmarthen that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Carmarthen Castle - Construction of Carmarthen Castle began circa 1109, rebuilding in stone started in 1181. Llywelyn the Great destroyed the castle in 1215. In 1223, the Audrey Bull Antiques (Carmarthen) - Good quality period and Welsh country Furniture. General antiques, including Porcelain, Paintings and Silver. Specialists in antique, second hand and River Towy at Carmarthen - The River Towy is the longest river which entirely runs through Wales. The total length of the River Tywi is 68 miles. It rises on lower slopes of Cru Carmarthen Market - Discover a treasure trove of traditional and contemporary trades. Carmarthen market
goes back to 1180(Chartered) and its wonderful that it is still King Street Gallery - King Street Gallery offers a wide range of contemporary, original and affordable artworks by local and regional artists.We show paintings, sculpture, Oriel Myrddin Gallery - Oriel Myrddin Gallery is situated in the Old Art School in Carmarthen - a beautiful listed Victorian building a stone's throw from St Peter's Churc Carmarthen Toby Carvery -
Eating out at Carmarthen Toby Carvery is "Just as it should be" - a warm and cosy place to enjoy quality food with family and friends. Ou Carmarthen Quins Rugby Football Club - The story of Carmarthen RFC (whose motto is “Llwyddiant Trwy Ymdrech or Success Through Endeavour), can be traced back to 1875. The club currently Government Buildings - Phone:
* Rural Inspectorate for Wales: 01267 225300
* Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales: 01267 223467
* Communities Directorate: Co Carmarthen Railway Station - Carmarthen Railway Station sits on the Heart of Wales line and has direct links to Llanelli, Pembrey and Burry Port, Kidwelly, Bynea, Llangennech, Pon Welsh Government Offices for Rural Affairs Health and Social Services Carmarthen - Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru - Queen Elizabeth High School Antiques Fair - The school provides an ideal venue with 2 spacious halls holding some 50+ stands of antiques and collectables.
Quality is high and the variety is vas University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen - The Carmarthen campus of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David was founded in 1848. Lecturing facilities, information and library services, acc Llangloffan Cheese - This is where Leon and Joan Downey, who describe themselves as city folk, settled from Cheshire in the spring of 1977. Leon was co-principal viola in Carmarthenshire County Museum - Carmarthenshire County Museum is housed in a building that is a museum in its own right. The collections are set off by their almost unique setting - Carmarthen Antiques And Collectors Fair - An annual event at the Carmarthenshire Showground. Well established showground fair of 150+ stands of quality antiques and genuine collectors items, w Gwili Steam Railway - The Gwili Railway is a living reminder of a Great Western Railway branch line set in the breathtaking Carmarthenshire hills. The trip down memory lan Carmarthenshire Showground - The large indoor exhibition area (60m x 37m) is a popular venue for staging a variety of events and exhibitions.There is a large hard standing car par Hollybrook Tavern - Pub located in Bronwydd Arms, north west of Carmarthen in South West Wales. Derllys Court Golf Club - Derllys Court Golf Club is close to Camarthen. It offers a 9 hole pay as you play. Par 35, handicap not required. Set in beautiful Carmarthenshire co Carmarthen Golf Club - Three miles up the Gwili valley from Carmarthen, among some of the prettiest Welsh countryside, Carmarthen Golf Club provides a challenging 18 hole c Jonathan Cox Ceramics - Jonathan creates his vibrant ceramics in an idyllic valley just three miles north of Carmarthen, moving there from Staffordshire with his wife Cather
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