Millennium Coastal Park
Discover, Refuel, Meet, Play your way....
Walk or cycle along the Millennium Coastal Path, which runs from Llanelli through Sandy Water Park, Burry Port to Pembrey Forest. The magnificent promenade with viewing platforms boast stunning views of Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsular. There are specious car parks and a fantastic adventure playground too. Bikes can be hired at Ramp Skatepark, it is not what you would expect to find on the outskirts of town but it is attracting attention from skateboarders near and far.
At its heart of the Millennium Coastal Park is St Elli's Bay eatery bringing a flavor of the Riviera to the Millennium Coastal Park. The café's menu offer a range of light lunches, snacks and other drinks to cater for all visitor tastes and preferences. It’s an ideal place for park visitors to rest, relax and take in the wonderful views of Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsula. There is an ice cream kiosk and adventure playground too, perfect to keep the little ones fully entertained.
This fabulous Millennium Coastal Park in Carmarthenshire has miles of coastal cycling and walking paths to enjoy. You can follow National Cycle Route 4 along a super traffic free path which passes along the beautiful Loughor estuary and the Gower peninsula. The route takes you past Llanelli beach and Tywyn beach to Burry Port where you will find a pretty harbour, beach and the newest marina in Wales. You then head back east passing Sandy Water Park and Machynys beach before coming to the National Wetlands Centre where you can look out for a variety of birdlife. Look out for flocks of dunlin, ringed plover, sanderling and redshank along the coast whilst shelduck, oystercatcher and curlew can be seen further out on the mudflats.
Other highlights in the park include the excellent Discovery Centre where you will find a wealth of information about the area in a fabulous modern building.
If you would like to continue your outing you could head west along the coast to the fabulous Pembrey Country Park where you will find more lovely coastal scenery, woodland wildlife trails and bike hire from the Ski Pembrey centre.
Car parking at the Millennium Coastal Park
|Location||Number of spaces||Type|
|Bynea Gateway||100||Pay & Display - Long Stay|
|Wetlands Centre||500||Free - Pay on Entry to Centre|
|North Dock Wharf||40||Pay & Display - Short Stay|
|North Dock Café||95||Pay & Display - Short Stay|
|Sandy Water Park||29||Pay & Display - Short Stay|
|Eisteddfod Fields||500||Pay & Display - Long Stay|
|Burry Port Forest East||20||Free|
|Burry Port Forest West||25||Free|
|Burry Port Trailer Park||40-50||Pay & Display - Long Stay|
|Burry Port Docks East||28||Pay & Display - Long Stay|
|Burry Port Docks West||126||Pay & Display - Short Stay|
|Pembrey Football Pitch Car Park||35||Pay & Display - Long Stay|
Seasonal car parking charges
Long stay Annual Parking Permits (1 year) (£37.50) are available to purchase from the Pembrey Country Park Visitor Centre.
You can also purchase or renew your parking permit online. Click HERE
Or at the HWB in Llanelli, Ammanford or Carmarthen