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|Carreg Cennan Castle, near Llandeilo, is a ‘must see’
attraction. It is built on top of a 300ft crag and
offers spectacular views over the Welsh countryside.
Also worth a visit are the Dolaucothi Gold Mines at Pumsaint (Pumpsaint) have a long history. They have not been actively worked since before the war, but they actually date back almost 2000 years when gold was mined here by the Romans. Now in the care of the National Trust. There are guided tours of both the Roman, Victorian and the 1930's underground workings so that visitors can experience the harshness of the working environment for themselves.
The Dan-yr-Ogof caves, nearby on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, form the largest complex of their kind in northern Europe.