This section of the path skirts the old red sandstone cliffs and passes below the Anglo-Norman Llansteffan Castle, overlooking the River Tywi. Find out more about the St Anthony’s Well to Llansteffan walk.
This walk offers superb views on each side of Carmarthen Bay and beyond. The path skirts the top of wooded and scrub-covered cliffs. Find out more about the Wharley Point to St Anthony’s Well walk.
The quay is a popular spot for birdwatchers, from where you have excellent views of the town. The adjacent Kymer’s Canal is one of the earliest in Wales. Find out more about the Kidwelly Quay walk.
This walk offers superb views across Carmarthen Bay and beyond. The path skirts the top of wooded and scrub-covered cliffs. Carmarthen Bay is an important overwintering ground for seabirds, and for this reason was designated as the first marine Special Protection Area in the UK.
Take time exploring the village of Laugharne before a steep climb up Sir John’s Hill for great views. Along the way you will find Laugharne castle and the world famous Boathouse where the poet Dylan Thomas lived and found inspiration.
The coastline along the northern shore of the Loughor Estuary has been transformed into a unique array of tourist attractions, wildlife habitats and leisure facilities. Known as the Millennium Coastal Park, the route is also bike and wheelchair friendly. Take time to relax in the lovely Pembrey Country Park and visit Cefn Sidan beach. (Train & Bus)