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It's located 90 miles from Bristol and its energetic streets.
Spend at least a couple of hours with ocean views at Woolacombe Beach or Barricane Beach.
You won't have to be stuck on the highway all day to see a bit of nature. Just 25 miles out of Whitland, the Dale Fort is a great place to sit back and unwind. More idyllic surrounds await at Skomer, 30 miles away.
Make time to visit the Hywel Dda Centre to reflect and fully embrace the regional culture.
Remember to pack some red clothing so you can encourage the local rugby union team, the Scarlets, at Parc y Scarlets. Located 25 miles away in United Kingdom, the stadium is also the home ground of the Llanelli AFC.
Searching for even more attractions? Head to Llandissilio, 5 miles west of Whitland, for Wiston Castle and Narberth Castle. Alternatively, Tavernspite is 7 miles to the south, and it's here you'll find the Museum of Speed and Battlefield Live Pembrokeshire.
Saundersfoot is located 11 miles from Whitland and is an exciting part of the local area. Close by sights include the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, Tenby Castle and the Tenby Golf Club. Got more time to kill? Tenby Beach and Dinosaur Park are also within easy reach.
There's no better way to experience a place than to literally sink your teeth into it! You're invited to discover South Wales by trying some of its top food and drink.
Ask a local what they recommend eating and cawl or lobscouse (lamb broth) will likely be the first thing they mention. Welsh rarebit (melted cheese dish) is another of the region's signature foods you'll want to try.
If you love dessert, you won't be disappointed. Be sure to try ice cream, a yummy treat that's guaranteed to hit your sweet spot.
It can be hard to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to excellent beers, but one brew worth tasting is Wrexham lager. Grab one and bottoms up!
When the time comes to pack up your bag and head back home, the closest terminal, Cardiff International Airport (CWL), is 65 miles to the southeast.
Even the most conscientious travellers will need to act fast when it comes to reserving a hotel in Whitland. There are just 2 properties featured on ebookers' travel guide. With so few options, it would be smart to act fast!