A scenic drive along the St David’s Peninsula Heritage Coast to the most westerly tip of Wales and the Cathedral city of St. Davids, the smallest city in the UK. Framed by the sea on 3 sides the city is in an exceptional setting. Explore the magnificent Cathedral, where St David, the patron Saint of Wales is buried. Visit the nearby Bishop’s Palace ruins, as well as the Visitor Centre with gallery.
Wander the quaint streets around the old cross with charming shops selling crafts, cafes and the local market held on Thursdays. We drive out to Whitesands Bay to enjoy the beach and spectacular views across the bay to St. David’s Head.