Local Attractions

There are lots of attractions nearby to the caravan park


Laugharne Town A picturesque coastal town in South West Wales famous having been the home of Dylan Thomas.
Dylan Thomas Boathouse Dylan Thomas with his wife Caitlin and three children lived in the Boathouse from 1949 to 1953
Laugharne Castle Over 20 years the castle has undergone painstaking archaeological investigation and restoration
St Martin's Church The location of Dylan Thomas' grave

Popular Attractions

Oakwood Theme Park
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Farm
Manor House Wildlife Park As seen on BBC One.
Go Ape Tree top adventure with ropes, ladders and zip wire
Pembrey country park Pembrey Country Park has a wide range of activities
Botanical Garden of Wales Set in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside, the Garden is a fascinating blend of the modern and historic.
Pembrey Country Park 202 hectares of beautiful parkland, beaches and family attractions overlooking Carmarthen Bay.
Gwili Steam Railway A volunteer run steam railway using standard gauge track.
Pemberton's Welsh Chocolate Farm Smell, taste, see, drink, touch, listen to and absorb all the flavours of fine award winning chocolate
Merlin Hill Centre Merlin, guardian to King Arthur is said to have lived and died in a cave on Merlin's Hill.
Morfa Bay Outdoor Centre Outdoor activities which include abseiling/rock climbing, coasteering, sea kayaking, land Yachting and many more...
Battlefield Live Outdoor combat team game using infra red gaming guns
Shaggy Sheep Wales Outdoor activities which include 4x4 Driving, Gorge Scrambling, Canyoning White Water Rafting, Horse Riding, Quad Biking, Hovercrafting and many more...
Carmarthen Golf Club An 18 hole, par71 course with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside


Amroth Beach Amroth is a wide south facing sandy beach with 'Blue Flag' status and Seaside Award.
Pendine Sands A seven mile long beach, a mixture of sand, shells and rocks on the shores of Carmarthen Bay.
Wiseman's Bridge A large sandy beach with a few pebbles facing south east. Access via a slip way. Café & free car park.
Saundersfoot This is a sandy beach with a small harbour. It has walks which are part of the Pembrokeshire Country National Park coast walk.
Tenby Tenby maintains a high standard for it's beaches, offering plenty of facilities and boasting various environmental awards.

Historic Attractions in South West Wales

St Peter's Church, Carmarthen The church's recorded history dates from 1100 when it was conferred by Henry 1 on Battle Abbey.
Carmarthen Castle The castle on its rocky eminence must have dominated the medieval town of Carmarthen.
Carmarthenshire Museum The museum presents many aspects of Carmarthenshire's rich and varied past.
Llansteffan Church Founded by Sant Ystyffan ( Saint Stephen ) in the 6 th C.
Llansteffan Castle The castle stands on top of a hill with the sea and shore stretching out beneath.
Kidwelly Castle Founded in 1106 the stone structure dates from the 13th C.
Colby Woodland Garden A glorious informal garden with year round scents and colours.Shop, tea room and gallery