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Carmarthenshire, West Wales
"Established in 2000, The National Botanical Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire is a very popular tourist attraction attracting visitors from all over West Wales. As an award winning venue, the gardens contain some of the world’s rarest and most unusual plants and is a great place to visit with the whole family. From science and education to woodland and lakeside walks, The National Botanical Garden of Wales in West Wales promises fun, learning and great value".
Chris E said
We have visited the botanical gardens on several occasions and today visted their special mothers day promotion. Half price entry for the good lady, and a food and craft fair to boot! Staff were helpful and friendly, the train driver has sold us another vist later in the year for the kids to go pond dipping and den building. A beautiful spring day, and even though some plants are late budding this year with the weather, the venue has made the visit worthwhile and enjoyable
Pembrokeshire, West Wales
Pembrokeshire Tourism supports the needs of local businesses and attractions, working closely with business owners, community organisations and local authorities to make Pembrokeshire a better tourist destination. Trying to reach tourists from all over Wales, Pembrokeshire Tourism offers business support, training, workshops and more to enhance the services of local businesses.
Cleopatra b said
Celtic Quest Coasteering has been a member of Pembrokershire Tourism for many years. It's a hub of information and contacts. They are one of the first people we contact with queries about allsorts, as they generally know of someone in their network that can help. Their database of accommodation and suppliers has been invaluable. We've done many of their courses, from social media to web design & branding. Fantastic support on the PR front too!