There's been a market here since Roman times and in 1180 it was given a royal charter. Now housed in an edgy modern building, the market sells a bit of everything, from produce to antiques. On Wednesdays and Saturda…
Sells interesting works by a cooperative of local painters, sculptors, ceramicists and printmakers.
A wonderful old neoclassical Methodist chapel stocked to its impressively high rafters with antiques, this is a good place to search for a quirky souvenir with a bit of history behind it.
This vibrant food market is held by the abbey ruins every week.
A lovely old-school book shop – just the place for maps, local history and antiquarian tomes. Generally closes for half an hour around lunchtime.
Traditional salt-cured, air-dried ham – a local speciality.
Slow-grown and grass-fed Welsh beef.
Set among an otherwise drab industrial estate on the northern edge of town, this purply-pink den of temptation is hard to miss and even harder to resist. All of the truffles, Easter eggs and other sweet goodies are …
Along with religious paraphernalia, this little shop sells locally made honey and jam, and essential oils, soaps and perfumes made by the monks on Caldey Island.
A great opportunity to sample local cheese, honey, bread and fruit 'n' veg, and to meet the producers responsible.