Wednesday 22nd March 2017
The theme of this visit is 'Trailblazers and their Legacies', based in The Tywi Valley.
Join us on the fourth and final Year of Legends themed trade day visits around Carmarthenshire.
These enjoyable and useful days give you the opportunity to join others running tourism businesses in the region, for a group tour of some of places where the legends of Carmarthenshire come alive - i.e. where they can be experienced and explored.
The visits will help you to get first-hand experience of these places and stories - and so means that you can then impress your guests and customers with your knowledgeable recommendations and information.
Each of the four days will take different parts of the county, and will be led by Mairwen Jones, who created the much acclaimed 'Distinctive Carmarthenshire toolkits' for us.
Just £15 per person - and includes mini bus transport, guide, entry to all attractions/sites, refreshments and lunch. An useful summary guide to the places visited, as well as other legendary sites, will also be included.
Full details coming soon. Register your interest with us in the meantime.
Booking Deadline: 10am Monday 20th March
This is part of Carmarthenshire Destination Management Partnership's project activities. The project has been part funded by the Welsh Government’s Regional Tourism Engagement Fund which aims to improve the visitor experience and create stronger destinations by working together. The activities are also part funded by Carmarthenshire County Council.
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