This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the unitary authority of Carmarthenshire.
Carmarthen was the county town, through which flows to River Towy, from its tributaries in the
north of the county, into Carmarthen Bay.
Along the coast to the west are Pendine Sands, with the county boundary at  Pendine.
Amroth is over the boundary to the west, and the Pembrokeshire boundary runs inland north
until  Newcastle Emlyn, on the boundary with  Ceredigion, where the Afon Teifi forms the boundary
eastwards passing  Llandysul, and  Llanybydder, until the boundary leaves the Teifi at Cwmann,
rising to Llyn Brianne Reservoir, in the Black Mountains of Brecon Beacons National Park.
The boundary with  Powys continues south through Usk Reservoir, east of  Llandovery, then
south to  Ystradgynlais where Powys meets the Neath and Porth Talbot locality of  Ystalyfera
and Camarthenshire is represented by the  Glanaman locality, through which flows the Afon Aman eastwards,
through  Ammanford, on the confluence with the River Lough, which to the south forms the
boundary with Swansea County boundary, where the M4 motorway bypasses  Pontarddulais to enter
Camarthenshire, across the Loughor, north east of the Camarthenshire's port town of  Llanelli.
East of the Loughor estuary,  Burry PortPembury and  Kidwelly along the A484 lead back to Camarthen

Subcategories 65

Carmarthenshire Biodiversity Partnership
Describes its objectives and activities with newsletter and events.
Carmarthenshire Pages
Informational site. Provides details of places to visit, businesses, accommodation, property, jobs and news.
Llansawel Community Website
Provides information on the village, its activities and facilities. [Welsh and English]
Wikipedia: Carmarthenshire
Online reference about the county and its towns. Information about local history, geography, demographics and politics.

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