There's a great deal to see and do in and around Llanelli. Visit the Discover Carmarthenshire website for more information or click on one of these links to get a taste of what's on offer.
Llanelli is one of the most famous rugby towns in the world. It is the focal point for one of the most passionately supported rugby clubs in the world, the Scarlets - with a rich and unrivalled rugby heritage.
The Reds are a Welsh Premier Football League Club. They were winners of the Welsh Cup 2010/2011
A modern links championship golf course, Machynys Peninsula has been designed to challenge the best players in championship conditions - and yet still be enjoyable for the higher handicapper, by utilising up to five tees per hole.
In just over 10 years, the 22 kilometres of coastline along the northern shore of the Loughor Estuary has been transformed into a unique array of tourist attractions, wildlife habitats and leisure facilities.
“Llanelly House is the heartbeat of Llanelli. It reflects the triumphs and tribulations of the town, embracing the industrial revolution and sparking prosperity.”
The Selwyn Samuel Centre houses a six-rink indoor bowling green with restaurant and bar facilities. It is utilised for a range of activities including concerts, seminars and exhibitions
Whether you are turning up for a morning gym workout, joining friends for a game of five-a-side football or watching your children learning to swim, you will be made welcome at Llanelli Leisure Centre.
Parc Howard Museum and Art Gallery are housed within a 19th century Italianate country house, situated in 24 acres of parkland north of the town centre. In the park there is a pond to the south and a sunken garden to the west, the park also has bowling greens, tennis courts, childrens' play area and a paddling pool.
The immense value of wetlands and their wildlife, and the huge threats that they face are what drives WWT’s mission to conserve them and manage the benefits that they bring to people in a sustainable way.
There’s a real buzz about Llanelli market. It’s bursting with character and is full of those lovely sounds and smells associated with traditional market halls of a golden age. A busy, happy environment, packed with stalls run by more than 50 family-run businesses.
Everything you need under one roof. There are 1568 car parking spaces within easy reach of the St Elli Shopping Centre including parking spaces for disabled and parent & toddler.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales is set on historic parkland, dating back around 400 years. Visitors can see how we’ve restored some wonderful remnants of the Middleton Regency Water Park.
Spectacularly set in the beautiful Tywi valley of Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney House features one of the finest gardens in Wales. Aberglasney Gardens have been an inspiration to poets since 1477.
Ffos Las has brought back top class horse racing back to West Wales for the first time since 1937. Situated in the heart of Carmarthenshire the setting is magnificent.
We all get our moments. But if you want a truly medieval moment, catch a glimpse of Kidwelly shrouded in early morning mist. Spine-tingling stuff. So complete and well-preserved it’s a match for any of the great castles of Wales.
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Gower Peninsula and overlooking the coastal scenery of Carmarthen Bay, the Park had been transformed into one of Wales’s top visitor attractions providing a unique blend of coast and countryside.