St David's is a must see on a trip to Pembrokeshire. It is just a twenty minute or so drive northwards from Timber Hill, assuming you are not distracted and delayed by taking in the amazing view of Newgale's huge sandy beach as you drive along the coast, or the charming harbour village of Solva which you will pass through.
Famous for being the smallest city in Britain, St David's had the honour bestowed upon it by the Queen, due to its historic Cathedral which you will find tucked away in a hollow below the main buildings and street. There are a number of steps down to the Cathedral itself, but there is also another car park at the lower level if you prefer or need an easier route. There is a very nice little coffee shop inside too!
St Davids is a pretty place to visit on its own and has a number of interesting shops and places to eat, and is a good centre from which to arrange a boat trip/adventure around Ramsay Island or to do some Dolphin spotting. There is a Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Visitors Centre and parking on the left as you approach the City.
Post by John Bauer
Date 12 . 6 . 15