A village called Caio
Caio is a village in the county of Carmarthenshire, south-west Wales. Also known as Caeo, it is located between Llandovery and Lampeter, 1 mile off the A482 that connects these two towns. It is close to the Dolaucothi gold mine, first developed in the Roman period, and a local tourist attraction owned by the National Trust. In 1966, BBC Wales produced the documentary A village called Caio about rural life in rural West Wales. They paid a retrospective visit in 2008, to see how the village had changed.