Campervan Hire Carmarthenshire

Set in the heart of South Wales, Carmarthenshire is a county of great contrasts. Discover diverse sceneries, and feel entirely embraced by the croeso cynnes (warm welcome) from the locals. The striking landscapes present the ideal background to learn of local history in Carmarthenshire. Enjoy a few days camping out in the dense Brechfa Forest, or rumble over to the tranquil beaches of Carmarthen Bay for a seaside vacation. Scale the magnificent mountains of Brecon Beacons National Park or explore ancient castles and historic towns. Tackle an invigorating hike across the Black Mountain or saddle up and wander across the Pendine Sands on horseback. Enjoy a mountain biking adventure in the wooded Crychan Forest, or observe wildlife on the River Teifi by canoe. The county is an ideal hub to explore the South West of Wales.

Camperbug connects private campervan owners with hirers like you. Discuss travel plans, and questions directly with owners in across Carmarthenshire, including areas like Llanelli, Carmarthen, Ammanford, Burry Port, and Pen-y-groes.

  • Dinefwr Castle
    • Name:Carmarthenshire
    • Pop:187,568
    • Photo Credit:Tony Hisgett from Birmingham, UK
    • Description: Dinefwr Castle
    • Lat Long:51.8572° N, 4.3116° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Carmarthenshire

    • Millennium Coastal Path near Llanelli
      • Name:Llanelli
      • Pop: 43,878
      • Photo Credit: Tbirdcymru
      • Description:Millennium Coastal Path near Llanelli
      • Lat Long:51.6809° N, 4.1602° W,

      Llanelli

    • FEB 09
      • Name:Carmarthen
      • Pop: 15,854
      • Photo Credit: Rhyshuw1 (talk) / Rhyshuw1 at English Wikipedia
      • Description:FEB 09
      • Lat Long:51.8576° N, 4.3121° W,

      Carmarthen

    • North entrance to Brynllefrith Forest. Close by to the mountain road from Ammanford to Morriston is this forest entrance. There are several marked paths, but due to the measures taken to keep motor sports off the surrounding common grazing land there is almost nowhere to park here.
      • Name:Ammanford
      • Pop: 7,945
      • Photo Credit: Nigel Davies
      • Description:North entrance to Brynllefrith Forest. Close by to the mountain road from Ammanford to Morriston is this forest entrance. There are several marked paths, but due to the measures taken to keep motor sports off the surrounding common grazing land there is almost nowhere to park here.
      • Lat Long:51.7929° N, 3.9885° W,

      Ammanford

    • St Mary's Church, Burry Port. View from the south east
      • Name:Burry Port
      • Pop: 6,156
      • Photo Credit: David Lewis
      • Description:St Mary's Church, Burry Port. View from the south east
      • Lat Long:51.6835° N, 4.2561° W,

      Burry Port

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