Dyfed is one of the most beautiful parts of Wales and comprises the areas of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire. Popular with holiday makers its isolation is a major attraction for walkers, bird watchers and families. The Pembrokeshire Coast national Park is a coastal trail that takes in many of the small towns, dramatic clifftop scenery and seabird breeding sites.
At St Davids, home to the patron saint of Wales, the Bishops Palace, great Hall and the cathedral are all popular places to visit and explore. At Tenby the popular holiday destination there are beautiful Georgian buildings as well as a fine seafront. The beautiful harbour at Milford Haven is a good water sports centre. Carreg Cennen Castle is one of the most spectacular in the area.
The landscape and light has made Pembrokeshire a major attraction for artists and many craft shops and galleries can be found in the area. In Carmarthen the castle remains popular with visitors and is a historic part of West Wales.
In Carmarthen Bay there are many picturesque villages and beaches such as Pendine Sands. Discover the home of Dylan Thomas at Laugharne and the scenery that inspired his writing. This is the land that was trodden by the Romans and governed by King Arthur and research in the area points to a number of Arthurian battle sites at Loughor and Dulais, as well as the Gower Coast.
There are a number of activities for visitors in the area including horse riding, archery at Perriswood, and family fun at the Dinosaur Park in Tenby. From beautiful Saundersfoot to the tranquility of the River Cothi stretching to the gold in Wales, there is a huge variety of things to see and do. Dyfed has mystery and legend and stunning areas of natural beauty that make visitors want to come back time and time again.