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Llansteffan Tourist Information
Llansteffan is a 'hidden gem' of a village which lies on the banks of the River Towy Estuary, opposite the village of Ferryside, about eight miles downstream from the town of Carmarthen.

This picturesque, peaceful village has a small shop/post office and a pub that serves food, as well as beach shop with a tea room, restaurant and a fish and chip shop.

Perched on the headland with commanding views over the Estuary are the remains of Llansteffan Castle, a Norman castle now in the caring hands of Cadw. Although it's a bit of a hike up to get to the actual castle, the views from the top more than compensate, it comes with the added bonus of free entry into the castle (and dogs are allowed too).

Llansteffan is blessed with a lovely long sandy beach which at low tide joins around to Scott's Bay Beach, Llansteffan Beach it is fortunate in that it never gets too crowded.

Being a coastal village means there are plenty of water-based activities available, Llansteffan is also renowned for its fishing, particularly for bass and flounder.

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