CarmarthenshireCarmarthenshire shares the modern-day administrative district of Dyfed with more illustrious neighbours, and as a result this largely rural county tends to get overlooked by visitors looking for the tourist honeypots of Pembrokeshire and to a lesser extent adjoining Ceredigion. Which is great because this relatively unspoilt region, bordered by Carmarthen Bay in the south to the Brecon Beacons and Cambrian Mountains in the north, really is one of South Wales' unsung pleasures. The regional capital Carmarthen is the country's oldest town; Laugharne was Dylan Thomas's home town and you can drink (and indeed stay) at one of his old local pubs; and both the coast path and the Brecon Beacons offer walking that's the equal of anywhere in the South of Wales. It's a place of country cottages, boutique hotels and cosy B&Bs rather than big resorts, plus there are some superb glamping spots that really do make the most of Carmarthen's beautiful nooks and corners.
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