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St David's is a city in Pembrokeshire. Lying on the River Alun on St Davids Peninsula, it is Britain's smallest city in terms of both size and population. It was the final resting place of Saint David, Wales's patron saint. St Davids was given city status in the 16th century due to the presence of St David's Cathedral but lost this in 1888. City status was restored in 1994 at the request of Queen Elizabeth II.

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Oriel Y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre
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St Davids City Golf Club
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Ramsey Island RSPB Tours.
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St Davids Cathedral
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Tyf Adventure
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St Davids Cathedral

St Davids Cathedral
The monastic community was founded by Saint David, Abbot of Menevia, who died in 589. Between 645 and 1097, the community was attacked many times by raiders, including the Vikings, however it was of such note as both a religious and intellectual centre that King Alfred summoned help from the monastic community at St Davids in rebuilding the intellectual life of the Kingdom of Wessex.

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Tyf Adventure

Tyf Adventure
World-class coasteering, surfing, sea kayaking and rock climbing in Pembrokeshire. Whether you’re after a gentle introduction or mind-blowing adrenalin rush, you’ve come to the right place.  The local area offers world-leading outdoor adventure locations and some of the cleanest and warmest waters in the UK, as well as incredible scenery and wonderful wildlife.

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St Davids City Golf Club

St Davids City Golf Club

Situated in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the popular Coastal Path walk. 9-hole links course overlooking White Sands Bay, the most westerly course in Wales. Note that the clubhouse is not always manned and fees are paid into an honesty box.

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Ramsey Island RSPB Tours

Ramsey Island RSPB Tours. This dramatic offshore island has cliffs up to 120 m high, the perfect place for breeding seabirds in spring and early summer. Walk along the coastal heathland and enjoy the spectacular views. The island is awash with colour from May to September, with bluebells, then pink thrift and purple heather. You might see choughs and peregrines nesting on the cliffs. And if you visit in the autumn, you can watch a colony of breeding grey seals. There is a small shop on the island and refreshments are available.

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Oriel Y Parc

Oriel Y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre is the gateway to St David's, Britain's smallest city, located in the UK's only truly coastal National Park. Oriel y Parc houses a Class A Gallery displaying works of art from the National Museum Wales collection including works by Graham Sutherland. We will be delighted to help with a multitude of suggested walks, ranging from short strolls to the complete 186-mile National Trail.