The tiny cathedral city of St David's is enveloped in a wonderful charm. It is also home to one of Wales' most picturesque cathedrals and certainly its holiest, founded as it was by the Welsh patron saint in the mid 6th century.
It is hard to think of the tiny town as a city, but its cathedral assuredly places it up there, officially at least, although the feel of the place couldn't be further from the truth. Apart from enjoying the city, having a wander of its pretty, historical streets and enjoying a nice pint or cup of tea, the cathedral is undoubtedly the main reason to come here.
St David's headland and peninsular is a rugged stretch of coastline peppered with sea caves and one of the most interesting stretches of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Walk.
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