Carmarthenshire is a county of verdant landscapes, ancient castles and golden sands. Laugharne - described as “nowhere like it anywhere at all” by Dylan Thomas – from where The Boathouse
and Writing Shed overlooks wonderful views of the Taf estuary. Carmarthen
is a town of contemporary culture yet where Arthurian legend and Roman heritage combine. And Carmarthenshire’s stunning beaches have played their part in Welsh history – Burry Port
was where Amelia Earhart landed her flight across the Atlantic in 1928; and land speed records where set on the splendid eight miles of Pendine Sands
. Visit Carmarthenshire County Museum
, set in parkland in the glorious Tywi valley, for the perfect place to soak up the history, myth and legend.