Carmarthenshire, a county steeped in myth and legend, with castles a plenty and home of Wales' most famous garden - National Botanic Garden of Wales. It's lush green land and network of rivers and estuaries play a vital role in producing top quality food and drink, a true paradise for food lovers. Boarded by the Gower Peninsula to the east and Pembrokeshire to the west, Carmarthenshire is the hidden gem that is nestled between these two areas.

There are many things to do in Carmarthenshire from walking to rock climbing and fishing to diving.