St. Davids

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Places to stay in St. Davids

With fewer than 2,000 inhabitants, St Davids is Britain's smallest city, but its setting in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park makes it a popular destination with walkers and nature lovers. Whether it's relaxing by the seaside, exploring local history or roaming the countryside of south-west Wales, there are plenty of ways to unwind in St Davids.

Local activities include taking a local tour of Pembrokeshire's archaeological gems, gettng a ferry to the RSPB sanctuary on Ramsey Island and whale and dolphin watching on the coast. The St Davids Cathedral is another well-known attraction, and plays host to a number of events throughout the year.

Hostels in St. Davids
Hostels in St. Davids

Set in a converted farmhouse in beautiful rustic surroundings, YHA St Davids provides the perfect accommodation to explore this breathtaking part of Wales. Meanwhile, the nearby Broad Haven and Pwll Deri hostels make great alternatives for a seaside break, and all offer access to local outdoor activities like walking, swimming and riding.


Five Free Things To Do In St. Davids

St Davids Cathedral
This picturesque cathedral began life as a monastic community around the 6th century, and is now the centrepiece of Britain's smallest city. Be sure to hear the local legend of the talking footbridge!

Whitesands Bay
This award-winning sandy beach is a great place to kick back and enjoy the seaside, and is considered the best surfing beach in Pembrokeshire.

Carn Llidi
This Bronze age tomb on top of a rocky outcrop offers spectacular views over the bay. A great and educational destination for a day's walk.

St Non's Chapel and Well
A ruined chapel, which may have been built over an Iron Age place of worship and has now become a Grade II listed site. According to local superstition, the well has healing properties.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path
St Davids sits in the middle of this famous coast path, so whichever way you ramble you'll be guaranteed some amazing sea views.


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