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Burry Port Tourist Information
Burry Port is a small coastal town located on the North side of the Loughor Estuary within Carmarthen Bay, a five-minute drive from the town is the village of Pembrey and just over a ten-minute drive away is the counties largest town of Llanelli.

Burry Port has a few independent shops, a supermarket, and an excellent selection of eateries and pubs.

Facing out to the Loughor Estuary is Burry Port Harbour, now a marina with leisure facilities set in 14 miles of beautifully landscaped parkland, it has mooring available for a range of charter fishing boats and small local and visiting leisure craft in its three harbours.

The marina lies within the Millennium Coastal Park, a fabulous 14 mile stretch of landscaped parkland set along the coastline of the Loughor Estuary which has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and within the Carmarthen Bay Special Area of Conservation. The parkland has a unique range of tourist attractions, leisure facilities, and a number of wildlife habitats that are home to varied flora and fauna as well as specialist and rare plants. The Discovery Centre located at North Dock in Llanelli provides visitors with useful information about local places of interest to visit, it also has amazing panoramic views of the Loughor Estuary and the Gower Peninsula.

The Millennium Coastal Park is home to Burry Port Beach and Llanelli Beach, both beaches offer nice long stretches of golden sand that have become very popular.

The 'Millennium Coastal Path' also meanders its way through the Millennium Coastal Park, it's an easy going traffic-free route to be enjoyed by walkers and cyclists, this route ('The Celtic Trail West') goes via the coast and forms part of the 432-mile long 'Route 4 National Cycle Network' between London and Fishguard.

On the West side of the town lies Ashburnham Golf Club, a picturesque 18-hole links golf course with a welcoming clubhouse that has views over the Lougher Estuary and to the Gower Peninsula.

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