St. David's

St. David's is Britain's smallest city, situated on the western coast of Wales, in the centre of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.


Several activities are available locally, including: exciting boat trips, surfing at Whitesands Bay or Newgale, golf, horse riding, cycling or simply walking the Pembrokeshire coastpath which will take you through small fishing villages, harbours and along white sands. Here, you can take in the spectacular scenery, especially around the St. David's Peninsula.

Pembrokeshire sunset

St. David's Cathedral


St. David's is, of course, famous for its 12th century Cathedral which is well worth a visit. Also nearby, are the remains of the Bishop's Palace, part of which date from the 13th and 14th centuries.