St Davids, Wales
St Davids is Britain's smallest city and home to Wales' most important cathedral. The city is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and is part of a cultural history area in Wales
St Davids Cathedral dates back to the 12th century and is built from local stone. Next door to St Davids Cathedral is the ruin of The Bishops Palace and well worth a visit. Once a grand fortified residence, the palace was one of several grand residences in Pembrokeshire including Lamphey Bishop's Palace and Llawhadden Castle.
St Davids Peninsula has some of the most magnificent coastal scenery in Pembrokeshire. This is the heart of The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and The Coast Path walking is charming.
Things to See & Do
* St Davids Cathedral
* Bishop’s Palace
* Whitesands Beach
* St Davids Lifeboat Station
Cruise Season – Feb to Dec
Currency - Pound Sterling (GBP)
Language – Welsh, English
Population – 1,600 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT/UTC + zero hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 44
Port Location – The harbour is located at nearby Solva.
Travel Links – Richards Coaches service 411 Haverfordwest to Fishguard calls at St Davids. Connections with the National Express network from the rest of the UK can be made at Haverfordwest.
The best route (in terms of the number of trains and the number of connecting buses) is by train to Haverfordwest, and then the bus from the railway station entrance to St David's.
Stena Line sails from Rosslare in Ireland to Fishguard, which is a short bus journey from St Davids.