Legendary walks in Carmarthenshire

Walk in the footsteps of legends this season. We're not short of legends here in Carmarthenshire - from fire-breathing mythological dragons to heroes and heroines of history.

Dolaucothi mine yard through the trees

Miner’s Way trail at Dolaucothi

Retrace the steps of gold miners through the ages, from the mine entrances used by the Romans to the remains of the crushing mill used in the 1930s at Dolaucothi Gold Mines.

Fallow deer graze in the deer park as the sun shines through the overlooking trees

‘Capability’ Brown walk

Discover ancient trees and wildlife on this walk designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown when he visited Dinefwr in 1775.

Vew of the Dolaucothi countryside

Estate trail at Dolaucothi

Take in spectacular views and catch a glimpse of a red squirrel or pine marten on this trail to the highest spot on the Dolaucothi estate.

Secluded beach on the Carmarthenshire coast

Ragwen Point walk, Carmarthenshire

Enjoy stunning views across Carmarthen Bay, wildflowers and local history on this cliff-top walk to a secluded bay.

A female fallow deer at Dinefwr

Dinefwr Park wildlife walk, Carmarthenshire

This parkland walk takes in some of the estate’s great wildlife-spotting places, as well as a fascinating medieval castle and 17th-century mansion.