Motorhome Hire Carmarthenshire

County Carmarthenshire extends from the Cambrian Mountains to the Brecon Beacons National Park, plus Carmarthen Bay, and overflows with magnificent castles, lush gardens, market towns, and inviting beaches. The administrative capital is the city of Carmarthen which comes from the Welsh work Caerfyrddin, which translates to “the town of Merlin.” According to legend Merlin is said to have been born here about 1400 years ago. See what Lonely Planet regards as one of the globe’s ultimate sights - Llyn y Fan Fach. This lake lies in the Brecon Beacons enclosed by the steep slopes of the Carmarthen Fans. Set up camp and enjoy an afternoon of fishing at the Cothi, Teifi or the Towy.

Cruise past impressive fortifications of ancient times, like the 12th century Kidwelly Castle. Explore the home of Dylan Thomas in the town of Laugharne or explore the 7 miles of beach which forms the Pendine Sands. The flat, open beach is best known as the location where land speed records are met and set. Next pop into the biggest glasshouse in the world - the National Botanic Garden of Wales! Set in Llanelli, it is a beautiful location for horticulturalists and nature lovers! Take a peaceful stroll along the Amman Valley Riverside Path that curves from the Betws Mountain in the south to the Black Mountain in the north. Sit back and take in the glittering sea at Burry Port Beach, or explore the Penmachno mountain biking trails in Pen-y-groes. Speak to owners in Llanelli, Carmarthen, Ammanford, Burry Port, Pen-y-groes, plus many more locations across Carmarthenshire to secure the perfect motorhome for you!

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