St Davids is a special place...
It is Britains smallest city, boasting a spectacular Cathedral, yet it only has a population of about 1600.
Geographically remote, it is the 'Lands End' of Wales, the most Westerly peninsular. The exposed coastline is a National Park famed for its unspoilt scenery, beautiful coves and clean beaches and the wealth of wildlife it attracts.
There is always something to see; in the Spring the cliffs are a mass of flowers and breeding seabirds, Summer is the time to hit the beach! and for enjoying the many activities on offer. During the Autumn the Atlantic Grey Seals are breeding around the quieter coves and islands. The Winter brings its own rugged beauty and is the time for windswept walks and log fires in the pub!
There is loads of information to be found online about the area but to start you off have a look at the excellent St.Davids webpage on Visit Pembrokeshire and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park website (both links will open a new page).
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