Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
With over 950km of footpaths, walking is an ideal way to appreciate the spectacular scenery, wildlife and history of the park.
What makes it special
- 186 miles of coastal walks, watersports, wildlife and history.
- Scenic beaches, coves and cliffs.
Other things to do nearby
This mighty fortress is largely intact and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great to explore. Make sure you don't miss the medieval life exhibitions.
Stroll through a vineyard surrounded by the stunning beauty of the Pembrokeshire National Park - a unique attraction which isn't often seen in the UK climate.
If you're looking for an adrenaline rush there are plenty of activities for you to choose from here.
Learn to do a variety of watersports or just hire the equipment and DIY! There are a range of courses on offer to cater for all ages and abilities.
You're right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at this hostel, so stop off on your way through or use the hostel as a base.
With loads to choose from you can really try anything here.
A ruggedly beautiful coastline and heather moorland steeped in Celtic history. Keep an eye open for the Prehistoric archaeology.
The oldest working woollen mill in Pembrokeshire. Watch the looms at work and browse in the mill shop.
Take a trip to this lovely island to discover mighty cliffs, fascinating bird life and seals. Don't forget your picnic! Visit the website
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is within 10 minutes walk of the hostel. Walking in either direction offers some fantastic scenery - look out for seals and dolphins at certain times of the year.
Get out on your bike and explore some amazing hidden coves, or cycle across to Solva or even Newgale for a pub lunch and cool drink in the sun.
The South Face of St David's Head offers a short 50ft climb and includes routes ideal for first time leaders. Belay setup is plentiful.
The closest beach to YHA St David's is Whitesands, a short walk from the hostel which saves on parking fees.