The medieval Township of Laugharne is situated on the Estuary of the River Tâf around 12 miles south of the Market Town of Carmarthen, the town has a thriving population and is very community-driven, it offers many local amenities including a doctors surgery, chemist, convenience store, delicatessen, cafes, restaurants and several public houses including the famous Browns Hotel.
The town has a community hall where there is always something going on for people to get involved in, some of the activities include pilates, yoga, a historical group, the Corran choir and the local WI group. If you are into watching or partaking in sports then there is a Rugby team that spans all ages and a Cricket team which plays in the Pembrokeshire League.
The town is a great place to live if you are into an active lifestyle as it has many activities you can take part in, it is situated near to the village of Pendine which has a 7-mile long beach where you can kitesurf, land yacht and enjoy many more sea-based activities.
The Township is also located along the All Wales Coast Path which has a total length of 870 miles and spans the entire coastline of Wales. Along the path you can enjoy spectacular scenery, from soaring cliffs to golden sands.
Located just 32 miles from the M4 it is well situated and has a sound transportation infrastructure in place, the nearby Market Town Carmarthen has plenty to offer with many of the top named shops located there. Carmarthen is also the location of the West Wales General Hospital (Glangwili), Dyfed Powys Police Head Quarters and Trinity St Davids which is part of the University of Wales.
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