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Carmarthenshire County Council
Carmarthenshire County Council Home Page. ... Logo Cyngor Sir Gâr / Carmarthenshire County Council Logo Montage. Arrow Pointing To Welsh Link...

Biodiversity is literally the diversity of life on earth. It embraces all living plants and animals and the ecosystems on which they depend.


Local Nature Reserves
Local Nature Reserves are havens for wildlife and are open to all to experience the peace and quiet of the natural world.


Wild Places to Visit
Carmarthenshire stretches from the the open uplands in the north to the sweeping coastline of Carmarthen Bay, with a variety of natural habitats that make the county so distinctive.


Species and Habitats - Information Sheets
Barn Owl (pdf 384 KB) Bats (pdf 364 KB) Brown hare (pdf 373 KB) Coastal and Floodplain Grazing marsh (pdf 303 KB) Dormouse (pdf 276 KB) Harbour Porpoise...


Carmarthenshire Woodlands
Woodlands and forests cover about one-seventh of Carmarthenshire. Pick one and you will usually find that it falls into one of two quite separate groups.


Carmarthenshire Habitats - Hedgerows
Creating a network of linear wildlife habitats, hedgerows are one of the features of the agricultural landscapes for which Britain is famous.

Visit Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire Tourist Association presents the Garden of Wales. With endless information on places to stay (including hotels, bed and breakfasts...


National Wetlands Centre Wales
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) promotes the conservation of wetlands. The visitor centre offers the chance to get close to wetland birds.


Carmarthenshire - One Big Garden
Its verdant rolling landscapes and headlining horticultural attractions have led to Carmarthenshire being known as 'The Garden of Wales'.


Carmarthenshire books, maps and guides
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Carmarthenshire Pages
Carmarthenshire Pages - Guide to Carmarthenshire, with Carmarthenshire accommodation guide, Carmarthenshire business directory and general information.


Carmarthenshire Bird Club
Bird, mammal, insect, moth and butterfly sightings from around Carmarthenshire.


Reserves in Carmarthenshire | Wildlife Trust
Carmarthenshire | Reserves in Carmarthenshire | Wildlife Trust of South and West ... Carmarthenshire’s most complete record of past vegetation history...


Carmarthenshire Biodiversity
Biodiversity is, literally, the variety of life on earth.

Places to visit in Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire stretches from the open uplands in the north to the sweeping coastline ... From local nature reserves to sites of international importance...

Country Cottages
Whether you want a long holiday or a short break, there is nothing better than a country cottage holiday to enjoy the countryside.


Carmarthenshire Rivers Trust
Promoting the conservation, protection, and rehabilitation of the habitats, and indigenous species of plants and animals, associated with the rivers...


Carmarthenshire Tourist Information on
Carmarthenshire is the largest County in Wales, situated in the south west, it encompasses coast line, rolling pasture land, the Cambrian Mountains in the...


Carmarthenshire : Walking Areas
Carmarthenshire's remote and tranquil environments are a stronghold of the 'bird of Wales' the red kite, which has recently recovered from the brink of...


Wildlife Extra - Carmarthenshire
The online wildlife magazine for those who like wildlife, wildlife news and watching wildlife, plus a guide to UK nature reserves.


West Wales Beach Guide
A Comprehensive Guide to the Beaches of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire with descriptions and photographs of almost every beach from Pembrey to Poppit Sands.


Waterways of Carmarthenshire
The canal was entirely within Carmarthenshire. Waterway Description: ... External Web Sites Related to Carmarthenshire Waterways...


The Great Outdoors
According to the British Heart Foundation, just half an hour’s brisk walk a day is enough to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Public Rights of Way
Discover what a public right of way is, learn the difference between a footpath, bridleway and byways as well as the Countryside code and Rules for Ramblers.


Beaches Lakes & Water Activities
Carmarthenshire is home to the award winning eight mile Cefn Sidan beach. Winner of the Blue Flag & Seaside Award, the beach has won the European Blue Flag Award eleven times out of the past fourteen years.


Picnic Sites & View Points
Carmarthenshire has 14 picnic sites located throughout the county, providing visitors and locals with facilities and a place to rest and enjoy some of our wildlife and countryside.


County and Urban Walks
The County Councils’ series of County Walks leaflets feature recommended routes from some of Carmarthenshires' most well known and best loved sites like Carreg Cennen Castle, Laugharne and Dolaucothi gold mines.


Carmarthenshire County Council in conjunction with partners provides a wide range of countryside recreation facilities for walking, horse riding and cycling.

BBC - South West Wales Nature - Walks
related www links Carmarthenshire Urban Walks · Walking Wales · Walking Routes The BBC is not responsible for the content of external websites...


Carmarthenshire County Councils’ Parks and Countryside Unit is keen to develop a series of Urban Walks to promote the physical and mental well being of the...


The Ramblers Association : Group Walks Finder
We are the Carmarthen group of Ramblers located in West Wales Wales. Walkers attend the walks at their own risk. No liability can be accepted by The...


National Botanic Garden of Wales
Opened in May 2000, in Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire. The project includes the Great Glasshouse, restoring 18th century formal gardens, woodland, species-rich...


Handy Guide to Gardens in Carmarthenshire
The tourism team at Carmarthenshire have created a helpful list of gardens and places of particular natural beauty in their area.


Forestry Commission - Towy Valley Forests (Carmarthenshire)
A number of small but interesting woods located in the Towy valley, centred around Llandovery town.


Forestry Commission - Pembrey Forest (Carmarthenshire)
Pembrey Forest is classified as a Nature Reserve and covers 1000 hectares.


Map of Carmarthenshire Attractions
Map of Carmarthenshire Attractions Wales, UK. ... Map of Carmarthenshire Attractions in Wales. Map Layers. Add your attraction, It's Free!...


Carmarthenshire books, maps and guides
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