Landmarks in Carmarthen
Carmarthen, Wales SA33 6HT
We have been on the 'Thomas' days several times now. The Grand children are great Thomas fans and always have a fun packed day going on the trains,...
Well worth driving the seven miles south of Carmarthen to visit this marvellous 12th century ruin (which I did yesterday). There's a car park near the...
This elegant statue of Sir William Nott (1782-1845) was sculpted by Carmarthen born Edward Davis (1813-78) and erected in 1851. It has Grade II Listed...
Carmarthen, Wales SA31 1PW
A pleasant old square in the heart of the town; a pedestrianised area overlooked by the old Court House and statue. There are many shops on either...
Carmarthen, Wales SA33 4SA
This large ruin stands on a ridge overlooking the Taf river estuary, close to the town of Laugharne. The castle was built by the Normans in the 12th...
An earth and timber castle, built around 1105, once stood here, but the only remaining part of the original is the motte beneath the keep. The castle...
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