Carmarthen, sometimes referred to as the Garden of Wales, is home to many fabulous attractions including the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthen Castle, a newly built shopping centre, a multi-screen cinema and a newly built bowling alley to name but a few.
Grondre Holiday ParkClunderwenPembrokeshire / CarmarthenshireSA66 7HDWalesOpens1st March 2015Closes5th January 2016
Things to Do at Vale
When visiting the picturesque town of Tenby, you'll find it is easy to understand why it is one of the most popular tourist centres in the UK. With award winning beaches almost surrounding the historical town and views to rival anywhere in the world, you will never be short of things to do or see.
Oakwood Theme Park
Based in Pembrokeshire, Oakwood Theme Park is great fun for all the family. From white knuckle rides to entertaining events, Oakwood has it all.
Situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire, Folly Farm is one of the largest family attractions in Wales and offers a host of fun activities. It is home to the largest vintage fairground in Europe, a children's adventure playground and over 200 exotic animals. Folly Farm are also winners of the Best Family Day Out in Wales award.
For the first time, Picton Castle is now offering guided tours that go beyond the public rooms and take in the lovely private chapel above the Great Hall, bedrooms in the medieval castle and the historic Georgian wing.
Battlefield Live in Pembrokeshire, is outdoor combat gaming at it's best. They use infra-red (as used by the British Army for pre-deployment training). Battlefield Live is suitable for all to play because with infra-red there is no pain or bruising; it is more tactical than paintball and the range and accuracy of the weapons are far superior.