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St Davids Attractions
Thousand Island Expeditions - Join us on one of our Wildlife Adventure Boat Trips to experience the beautiful scenery and wildlife of this unspoilt island wilderness. Caves, bays, Lawtons at No 16 - Lawtons at No 16, opened in October 2003 has gained a reputation for excellent produce including organic Welsh beef and lamb as well as fish, lobster Morgan's Brasserie - Morgan's Restaurant, in the heart of St Davids is run by Chef Proprietors David and Tara Pitman, making you guaranteed of personal service and excelle St Davids Food and Wine Ltd - A Delicatessen specialising in Welsh Food and Drink withover 40 different Welsh suppliers. St David's Visitor Centre - The National Trust owns and protects much of the picturesque St David s Head and surrounding coastline. The visitor centre is conveniently situated in Cwtch Restaurant - This is cwtch. It’s the place we wanted to be in. The place we’ve created. An informal, relaxed 42-seat restaurant space. Welsh slate floors, wooden f St Davids Cathedral - Built upon the site of St David's 6th century
monastery St Davids Cathedral has been a site of pilgrimage and worship
for many hundreds of years a St Davids Bishop's Palace - Imposing palace within the defended perimeter of the cathedral precincts. The surviving buildings date chiefly from the thirteenth and fourteenth cent The Refectory at St Davids - We serve delicious food and drink in a very special place.
The Refectory is the end-product of a stunning restoration of the ruined cloisters at th Ramsey Island Boat Trips - Ramsey Island Trip. One to one and a half hour island tour. Evening Sunset Puffin and Shearwater Watching. A longer trip to watch thousands of migrati St Davids Trekking Centre - Horse riding in St Davids Pembrokeshire on Gypsy Vanners, through valleys and meadows for a paddle in the sea or a splash in the river.
Our experie St Non's Well - This holy well lies in a fantastic cliff top location close to St Non's Chapel near St David's. St Non's Well is a healing well, and a place of pilgri St Non's Chapel - St Non's Chapel remains sit on a headland overlooking St Non's Bay in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Remains of a small medieval chapel. The site is trad Caerfai Bay Beach - Caerfai Bay Beach is a sandy beach with excellent water quality (2008). It nestles in a small rocky cove between spectacular cliffs. The beach is loca St Davids City Golf Club - St David's is a 9 hole seaside links course with spectacular panoramic views over St. David's Head and Whitesands Bay, which is renowned as one of th Whitesands Beach Surfing - Parking is available next to the beach but there is a charge during the summer. There are plenty of facilities nearby including campsites. Whitesands Whitesands Beach - Whitesand Beach in St David's Bay is located between St David's Head and Point St John near the City of St David's in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. Porthselau Beach - Porthselau beach in St Davidâ€™s, Pembrokeshire is a sandy cove beach, enclosed by rocky outcrops. Although rocky in places, it is possible to swim a VentureJet - We offer first class outdoor adventure, spectacular
water level views of caves, canyons, the highest sea cliffs in Wales, a
seal's eye view of the Ramsey Island Cruises - Boat trips from St Davids around Ramsey Island. Ramsey Island Cruises has a range of boats for fishing and leisure trips to suit your interests, each Solva Boat Trips - Sorry but we understand that this attraction has now closed. Please contact me on 01492 530423 if you have a Boat Trip business in Solva and we will Ramsey Island Boat Trips - Welcome to the St Davids & Ramsey Island Web Site. Situated in West Wales St Davids is Great Britain's smallest city and is surrounded by the bea The Old Pharmacy Restaurant - Firmly established as one of Pembrokeshire’s favourite restaurants, The Old Pharmacy should not be missed. Nestled in the atmospheric harbour village Ramsey Island RSPB Nature Reserve - With some of the finest cliff scenery in Wales, dramatic views of the Pembrokeshire coast from its high hills, and wildlife typical of an offshore isl Blue Lagoon - The Blue Lagoon is located on the north west coast of Pembrokeshire between Strumble Head and St David's Head. A slate background gives a brilliant de Abereiddy Beach - Abereiddy Beach is a sand and pebble beach with excellent water quality (2008). The beach is located on the north west coast of Pembrokeshire between
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