infobox UK place
country = Wales
constituency_welsh_assembly= Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire
official_name= Llansteffan
latitude= 51.768942
longitude= -4.385430
unitary_wales= Carmarthenshire
lieutenancy_wales= Dyfed
constituency_westminster= Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire
post_town= CARMARTHEN
postcode_district = SA33
postcode_area= SA
dial_code= 01267
os_grid_reference= SN355105

static_image_caption = A view of Llansteffan from Ferryside

Llansteffan (English: "church of Stephen") is a village in Carmarthenshire, Wales. Llansteffan Castle, built by the Normans in the 12th century, is located in the village. The village and castle were an important staging post on the coastal route from Glamorgan via Kidwelly to Pembroke used by the Normans, located between ferries over the Towy and Tâf rivers. The parish of Llansteffan consisted of two very distinct villages with separate churches: Llansteffan by the estuary and Llanybri on the hilltop inland. Between the castle and village sits Plas, Lord Kylsants former residence.

Llansteffan is one of two villages in the UK involved in a digital television switchover experiment: it has undergone the analogue switch-off already. [ [http://www.digitaltelevision.gov.uk/publications/pub_digitalswitchover_trial.html "Ferryside and Llansteffan digital switchover trial: report"] ]



* [http://www.llansteffan-llanybri.org.uk "Community website"]
* [http://Towybclub.blogspot.com"Towy Boat Club Forum]

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