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It is home to the national Botanic garden of Wales.
To the south are sandy beaches and estuaries stretching from Pendine Sands to the Millennium Coastal Park, Llanelli, to the West Pembrokeshire, to the north the Teifi River border with Ceredigion and to the Cambrian Mountains.
The county is a similar size to Ceredigion but has more than twice the population.
With its fertile land and agricultural produce, Carmarthenshire is known as the "Garden of Wales".
Here you will find Dinefwr Park owned by the National Trust.
Spenser wrote poetry about the area (Faerie Queen), but today you are more likely to meet a fisherman than a poet A town tucked behind five miles of sand and dunes - the Pembry Burrows.
Carmarthen castle was once one of the largest castles in Wales.
Once an important crossroads on the route of the drovers from Ceredigion to market Smithfield in England Originally a ferry crossing (1188), then becoming a fishing village, it has developed as a holiday and retirement area.
The town has quaint old narrow streets but its attraction is as a shopping centre with familiar high street names and lively market The County Museum presents many aspects of Carmarthenshire's rich and varied past.
Displays include local archaeology, Egyptology, pottery, portraits, landscape paintings, Welsh furniture, costume, a Victorian schoolroom, life on the farm.
Picturesque countryside along the valley of the River Tywi from Carmarthen to Llandeilo.
One can still find fishermen using coracles to catch salmon on the Tywi and Teifi rivers.
The village of Llansteffan ("the church of Stephen") is a small village on the sandy Towy estuary.