Explore great legends all over South West Wales, where mighty King Arthur is said to have lived, battled - and still lie asleep.
But is he buried in Pembrokeshire’s Preseli Hills or a cave in Neath Port Talbot? Visit both and decide for yourself. The warrior’s wizard Merlin hails from Carmarthenshire - find hints of his magic across the county. And real-life legends await discovery too: explore the Helvetia shipwreck on Rhossili beach and, nearby, visit the site of a legendary mistake by Dylan Thomas, who spent an unplanned night on beautiful Worm’s Head. Come and be a part of the story!
4 places with King Arthur connections:
Find Arthur's Stone in the Gower Peninsula - the warrior got a pesky pebble in his shoe and threw it from Llanelli to the top of Cefn Bryn!
Arthur's wizard Merlin was born in Carmarthen and is said to lie buried just outside the town - listen for his groaning on Merlin's Hill.
Theories abound for where Arthur lies buried and Bedd Arthur in Pembrokeshire's Preseli Hills is one atmospheric option...
...but then so is Craig y Ddinas, not far from Neath. Legend has it Arthur and a thousand of his warriors are fast asleep in a cave there!