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South West Wales is a mouth-watering foodie destination, with something to tempt you at all times of day.

Carmarthenshire Cake Trail

Carmarthenshire Cake Trail

From cockles for breakfast at Swansea Market to faggots 'n' peas for lunch in Neath, followed by a legendary cake trail through Carmarthenshire, you can end your gourmet day with a seafood supper on Pembrokeshire’s beautiful coast! We suggest taking it somewhat slower than this though: savour the many legendary foodie experiences we have to offer, discovering our hero products, must-try dishes, award-winning chefs, legendary ice-cream, culinary events, hands-on foraging experiences and delicious dedicated food trails. Just make sure you arrive hungry...

Neath Ales

Neath Ales

4 legendary products to take home:

  • After enjoying a Welsh cake hot off the griddle at Swansea Market, pick up a bag to nibble on the rest of your trip (or if feeling generous, give as a gift!).
  • Take a piece of Pembrokeshire home with a bag of Pembrokeshire Early Potatoes, which can only be grown in this unique coastal climate.
  • On a road trip? Pick up some Neath Ales to enjoy when you reach your final destination: the hoppy, hand-crafted ales are a local favourite.
  • Give the cheese-lover in your life a treat from Caws Cenarth, whose Golden Cenarth won 'Supreme Champion' at the British Cheese Awards.
Caws Cenarth

Caws Cenarth