Carmarthenshire Coastal Path, Walks Pendine, Carmarthenshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Pendine Carmarthenshire Wales
The Carmarthenshire Coastal Path takes walkers from the Pembrokeshire National Park to the wonders of the Gower peninsula. On the way there is some stunning scenery, glorious wide sandy beaches, picturesque villages and a wealth of wildlife to be viewed, and unusually for the Wales Coast Path, the trail leads to a large market town, the town of Carmarthen, the county town of Carmarthenshire. Carmarthen Bay is one of the most important conservation areas in Wales. It is a staggeringly beautiful part of the country’s coastline with a fascinating history and rich diversity of wildlife.<br><br> Now there is an exciting new trail to help walkers explore this exceptional piece of coastline - from Telpyn Point ner Pendine in the west to the Loughor Estuary in the east. <br><br> The huge estuary of the three rivers, the Taf, Tywi and the Gwendraeth, forces the path inland to Carmarthen before it returns to the coastline at the estuary of the Loughor. Passing Burry Port the path passes close to the wide expanse of the Cefn Sidan Sands with its backdrop of dunes before following the route of the Millennium Coastal Path, at Llanelli, and crossing the River Loughor to the Gower Peninsula.
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