Travel to Llanelli by road
If you’re travelling to Llanelli by car from the South of England, take the M4 across the River Severn. From the North, consider coming South on the M5 then turning off just South of Worcester to take the M50, A48 and A449 to join the M4 near Newport.
We recommend using the AA’s online Route Planner to plan your journey.
Travel to Llanelli by train
Llanelli is on the main line from Paddington through Bristol and Cardiff, where connections from the North, South and South-West can be made. There is also a scenic route from Shrewsbury through the Shropshire Hills and Brecon Beacons to Llanelli.
There are also trains from the West of Llanelli, from Fishguard and Milford Haven, through Carmarthen.
Train times, routes and prices can be found at nationalrail.co.uk and arrivatrainswales.co.uk.
Travel to Llanelli by plane
Cardiff is the nearest airport to Llanelli, with flights from Dublin, Birmingham, Edinburgh and London as well as many international destinations. Onward travel to Llanelli, about 60 miles away along the south coast, is possible by coach, train, taxi or car.
To find out more, visit www.cardiff-airport.com.