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An attractive old fishing village built around an inlet on the River Cleddau. The landing slip at Black Tar provides access to the river for small boat users at all states of the tide. Unusually for Wales, the normal pronunciation of the double 'L' isn't used here; Llangwm is pronounced 'Langum'.

Llangwm is a village with a history that dates back well before the Norman invasion of 1066. The parish church itself dates back to the 14th century and it is known that there was a church on the site long before then.

Llangwm offers sensational scenery, wonderful walks, easy access to Pembrokeshire's beaches and family attractions, a perfect visit if on a cycling holiday and somewhere from where one can launch a small boat to explore the Cleddau.

One feature of Llangwm life is its scarecrows and these go on show to the public during the village's festival fortnight, which normally runs during the last week of June and the first week of July.


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SA62 4NX


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Map reference: SM 985098  Lat: 51.74773 Long: -4.91301

A4076 from Haverfordwest to Johnston; turn left for Llangwm

Accessible by Public Transport: 4 miles from Johnston station