Maps of :Laugharne Tourist Attractions
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This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Laugharne, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Laugharne 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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Laugharne Castle - Laugharne is perhaps best known for its associations with Dylan Thomas, but for the past 20 years, the picturesque castle, sited on the Taf estuary, h Stable Door Tapas Wine Bar & Gallery - The Stable Door Tapas Wine Bar & Gallery is tucked away behind the town's Clock Tower and down a cobbled street. This wonderful 17th century stone The Cross House - Cross House is a pub situated in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South West Wales. Dylan Thomas Boathouse - Dylan Thomas was one of the greatest writers from Wales and a giant in the 20th century. The most renowned in a school of Anglo-Welsh writers that flo The Castle Inn - Public house located in Llansteffan, in South West Wales. Yr Hen Dafarn - Yr Hen Dafarn (The Old Pub) is a public-house/ restaurant in Llansteffan, South Wales. Llansteffan Castle - Llansteffan Castle overlooks the River Tywi and is situated near the village of Llansteffan in Carmarthenshire, Wales. The remains of the castle were Llansteffan Beach - Llansteffan Beach is a sandy bay on the edge of the Towy Estuary, in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. Llansteffan beach stands on one of the three estuar Ferric Fusion - The traditional art and craft of blacksmithing. Ferric Fusion run weekend blacksmithing courses for beginners and those with some experience. Please n Ferric Fusion - The traditional art and craft of blacksmithing. Ferric Fusion run weekend blacksmithing courses for beginners and those with some experience. Please n Pendine Sands Beach - Pendine Sands beach is located between Amroth and Laugharne on Carmarthen Bay in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. A very long sandy, straight beach back The Gate Craft Centre - Located in the heart of rural Carmarthenshire, this gracious stone
building, once a mill, then a farm stores is still the focal point of
St. Clear Ferryside Beach - Ferryside Beach lies on the east bank of the Towy estuary in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. The beach is sandy but, although it is fine to paddle, swim Tim Bowen Antiques - Welsh country furniture and folk art is this dealer's speciality; most goods date from the 17th to the late 19th centuries. Owner Tim Bowen has been r White Lion Inn - It’s only a two-minute stroll to the White Lion from the beach at Ferryside, Carmarthenshire. Local Felinfoel ales accompany salmon, plaice and sole Ferryside Railway Station - Ferryside Railway Station sits on the Heart of Wales line and has direct links to Carmarthen, Llanelli, Pembrey and Burry Port, Kidwelly, Bynea, Llang Carmarthenshire Coastal Path - Carmarthen Bay is one of the most important
conservation areas in Wales. It is a staggeringly beautiful part of the
country’s coastline with a f Fox and Hounds - Restaurant and public house located in Bancyfelin, South West Wales.|Situated equidistant between St. Clears and the county market town of Carmarthen, Glyn-Coch Craft Centre - Glyn-Coch is a small family-run Craft Centre and Woodland Walk centrally located on a twenty-seven acre smallholding, owing its origins to paintings o
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