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Activities

There are so many places to visit in and around St Davids... from the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy to the historic harbour at Porthgain.

And from the Norman Cathedral in the centre of St Davids to the beautiful beaches at Whitesand Bay and Caerfai Bay... and boat trips to the islands. 

St Davids Cathedral

St Davids Cathedral, the magnificent 12th Century Norman Monastery, is just minutes walk from our cottages and has regular services, concerts and plays... with a wonderful music festival in the May half-term week.

The unique atmosphere of the Cathedral is an important part of what draws people back to St Davids year after year.

The wonderful beaches

A panoramic view of Whitesand Bay... good for picnics, walking the long stretches of golden sands, surfing, sunsets and photography.

There are also wonderful beaches at Newgale, Caerfai Bay and Abereiddy... close to the famous Blue Lagoon.

The Coastal Path 

Many of our visitors come to St Davids to walk the amazing coastal path and often use the local Puffin Buses. 

National Trust

TYF - Bike Hire

Puffin Buses

The Islands

There are regular boat trips to Ramsey Island, Grassholm and Skomer. These can be arranged in St Davids or St Martin's Haven.

Ramsey Island Cruises - 01437 721 423

Thousand Island Expeditions - 01437 721 721

Adventure activities

Coasteering and Kayaking are provided by TYF, who specialise in a adventure activities... based right in the middle of St Davids.

Surfing is available at many local beaches, including Whitesand Bay and Newgale.

TYF  - Coasteering - 01437 721 611

Ma Simes - Surfing - 01437 720 433

Golf overlooking Whitesand Bay 

St Davids has a really spectacular nine hole golf course, on the road to Whitesand Bay, with amazing views over the beach, especially on the 4th and 5th tees.

St Davids Golf Club - 01437 721 751

Haverfordwest Golf Club - 01437 764 523

The Tourist Information Centre

St Davids Tourist Information Centre was opened in 2008 and has a gallery, information centre and cafe... and displays a variety of treasures from the Museum of Wales... really worth a visit!

Information Centre -  01437 720 385

Oriel Albion Gallery - 01437 720 120