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The smallest city in the UK, St Davids is actually no bigger that a village. It was given 'City' status by Queen Elizabeth II due to the presence of a cathedral. Alongside the cathedral the ruins of the Bishops Palace are to be found, worth a trip to on their own. The cathedral, Bishops Palace and the city are well worth a look if you visit West Wales.
Cardigan has a charming array of Georgian and Victorian buildings, traditional shops, market, pubs and places to eat. Its rich cultural heritage make it a very special place to visit and enjoy. Sit and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee by the river Teifi and you won't wish to leave.
A wonderful picturesque village full of charming shops and galleries. The Queens Hall in the High Street is the place to visit for concerts, drama, art exhibitions and other events.
A super place to take the kids with plenty for the adults as well. Glorious beaches and a colourful harbour make this a must see place. Parking is not always easy so you might like to get there early. OH! and don't forget your bucket and spade.
Tenby's neighbour, Saundersfoot a charming seaside fishing village offers a collection of shops and cafes, watersports, fishing trips and of course a sandy beach.
You could say that Fishguard is split into three, there is Lower Fishguard where time appears to have stood still, a lovely quite harbour where you can while away the hours. Upper Fishguard where, in the town there can be found lovely old inns and classic architecture. Fishguard's ancient Royal Oak pub saw the signing of surrender following the Last invasion of Britain in 1797. Then there is Goodwick where the ferry docks alongside beaches and the Ocean Lab.
Haverfordwest is Pembrokeshire's county town and is dominated by its castle. It once was a flourishing port. Today it is a hive of activity thanks to a modern and attractive shopping development. The perfect place for all the shopperholics and those last minute gifts.
Situated at the edge of the enchanting Preseli Hills, Newport is an ideal centre for touring the many ancient Celtic monuments to be found in the National Park. It has both a Norman Castle and a Church, which stand above this small medieval town on the slopes of Carn Ingli mountain.
Only a short distance up the coast from Cardigan and those few miles are well worth the time it takes if it is only to see the lovely old chapel and the beautiful views across Cardigan Bay
One of the few places in the country where you can actually park your car on the beach, ideal for those that have difficulty in getting around. There is a large area where cars are not allowed for the visitors that wish to leave the rat race behind.
A sand and shingle bay in an beautiful setting famous for its Blue Lagoon, a flooded slate quarry that is regarded as an important geological feature. Amongst the ruins of the old works you are quite likely to witness visitors 'coasteering' (a mixture of rock climbing, swimming and cliff jumping).
A small but impressive harbour that once used to export slate and stone is dominated by the ruins of the old brickworks today. Porthgain boasts two art galleries, a restaurant and the well known (and full of character) Sloop Inn, all of which are well worth a visit.
The Coastal Path
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path winds and turns its way around the entire dramatic Pembrokeshire coastline for 186 miles. Each and every time you visit you must do at least a little of the path, the coastal views are stunning and will change with every step that you take.
The Preseli Hills
A wonderful area for rambling and trekking. The Preseli's come with the added bonus of not having vast amounts of tourists such as Snowdonia. This area is renowned for its beauty and for being home to some spectacular ancient monuments. Also famous for the source of the bluestones used at Stonehenge.
Castell Henllys is an Ancient Monument and one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating to around 600BC. This site is particularly important as archaeologists have been excavating here for over twenty years and thatched Iron Age buildings have now been reconstructed on their original foundations.
Pemberton's Chocolate Farm
the Welsh Chocolate Farm where you can smell chocolate, taste chocolate, drink chocolate, see chocolate being made, touch chocolate, listen to chocolate being poured, and absorb the full flavours of fine chocolate at our multi award winning chocolate workshops - need we say more...
Teifi Valley Nature Reserve
Home to an incredible variety of flora and fauna. Hides are situated around different nature trails where numerous seasonal birds may be seen as well as otters, badgers, squirrels and water voles that haunt the woods throughout the year. Open all year round there is also a visitor centre and coffee shop.