Meeting the Ferry

There are two large, free car parks at either end of the beach. They are often full, especially at the weekends, so do please leave plenty of time before your trip is due to depart.

Alternatively, the number 227 bus runs between Carmarthen and Llansteffan (except Sundays and Bank Holidays), timetable can be checked at Traveline Cymru.

A bright blue gazebo bearing the company name will be on the beach during the ferry’s operating times. Make your way there to await a demonstration on how to wear a life jacket by a member of the shore crew.

Llansteffan Castle

Around Llansteffan

Llansteffan is dominated by it's splendid castle that looms over the village. Built in the 12th Century it's open daily and makes for a gentle walk up from the village centre, past Plas Llansteffan - a grade 2 listed building that was formerly Lord Kylsant's former residence.

Beyond the castle, the coastal path provides for beautiful walks taking in stunning views of the Three Rivers estuary and Carmarthen Bay.

In addition to the beautiful beach, the village boasts several pubs, restaurants & cafes providing a range of delicious food and drink.