Market in Carmarthen (Caerfyrddin)

Carmarthen Market

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…
Arts & Crafts in Carmarthen (Caerfyrddin)

King Street Gallery

Sells interesting works by a cooperative of local painters, sculptors, ceramicists and printmakers.
Antiques in Pembroke (Penfro)

Pembroke Antiques Centre

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.
Market in St Dogmaels (Llandudoch)

Local Producers Market

This vibrant food market is held by the abbey ruins every week.
Books in Ruthin

Ruthin Book Shop

A lovely old-school book shop – just the place for maps, local history and antiquarian tomes. Generally closes for half an hour around lunchtime.
Food in Carmarthen (Caerfyrddin)

Carmarthen Ham

Traditional salt-cured, air-dried ham – a local speciality.
Food in North Wales Borderlands

Rhug Estate Farm Shop

Slow-grown and grass-fed Welsh beef.
Food in Haverfordwest (Hwlffordd)

Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company

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 …
Gifts & Souvenirs in Tenby (Dinbych Y Pysgod)

Caldey Abbey Shop

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.
Market in Dolgellau

Sunday Farmers' Market

A great opportunity to sample local cheese, honey, bread and fruit 'n' veg, and to meet the producers responsible.