Ffos Las racecourse is one of only three racecourses in Wales, and is indeed the first National Hunt course to be completed in Britain for over 80 years. The 600 acre complex is situated near Trimsaran, in west Wales, on what used to be the largest open cast mining site in Europe. An area which now has been completely transformed. Surrounding the complex is the beautiful Welsh countryside with excellent beaches and leisure facilities within easy reach.The all-weather, oval track is one mile and four furlongs in length, in line with Jockey Club specifications, and will host both National Hunt and Flat racing meetings. The track is overlooked by a single enclosure which can hold up to 15,000 people, and there is also a 1,000-seater covered grandstand. In addition to this the complex will offer ample stabling along with administrative buildings, technical buildings, accommodation, bar and excellent catering facilities.
Adventure activity holidays ideal for hen & stag weekends, corporate team building, youth groups, couples and parent and child partiesActivity vouchers now available – ideal for Birthday presentsChris & Abbi provide a personal and a local’s advice to assist you in designing your perfect break including 24hr mobile phone assistanceStay at the lodges in picturesque Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Snowdonia or Anglesey and enjoy the natural rugged surroundingsIdeally placed centres for convenient travel from London, Midlands, South-West and Northern England
Experienced, qualified and AALA licensed instructors where necessary for your safety
Planning ahead is highly recommended as we are extremely busy – however we can offer last minute adventure weekends.
Places include Kidwelly Castle, the Penclawydd Wildfowl Centre, and the Loughor Estuary with views of the Mumbles peninsular south of Swansea.
Nearby Pembrey Motorsport Centre provides varied motorsport activities including Formula Ford, go-karting and car racing.
As a landmark Millennium project, the Garden of Wales links the history of the last millennium with the present. It is set in the former 18th century regency park of Middleton Hall in Carmarthenshire, a 568 acre estate on the edge of the Tywi valley. The Garden enjoys a pollution free environment, spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and a rich cultural heritage.
Spectacularly set in the beautiful Tywi valley of Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney Gardens have been an inspiration to poets since 1477. The story of Aberglasney spans many centuries, but, the house’s origins are still shrouded in obscurity.
Aberglasney Gardens cover approximately 10 acres, including two woodlands. Firm gravel pathways connect all elements of the garden and wheelchair users are able to visit most of the areas within the garden.
Beautiful woodland garden with year-round interest.
One of the best collections of rhododendrons and azaleas in Wales Open and wooded pathways through the valley offer lovely walks Set in a tranquil and secluded valley
Not quite Disneyland, but its one of Pembrokeshire’s largest attractions. Oakwood is a great day out for the whole family and caters for all tastes when it comes to enjoyment and thrill seeking. From the white knuckle rides such as Hydro and Megaphobia to the more gentle family rides as treetops coaster and bobsleigh, there is something for everyone.