St David's Cathedral (Eglwys Gadeiriol Tyddewi) is one of the most beautiful houses of worship in Wales. Located in Britain's smallest city and nestling in the greenest hollow on the rugged Pembroke coast, the cathedral is a must-see for anybody visiting Wales.
There has been a church on this site since the 6th century and in the Middle Ages, it had a strategic position at the crossroads of the Celtic world: Ireland, Scotland, England and the Basque lands.
The top of Carnllidi provides magnificent views over the whole of the St Davids peninsula and over to Ramsey and the other islands.
Whitesands (Traeth Mawr) is a mile-long beach that lives up to its name and, as you walk up the side of Carnllidi, the views of the beach and surrounding area change.
The path takes you behind Carnllidi and then finishes with a short but steep rock climb to the top. It's windy, of course, so take something warming but you'll clear away the Christmas hangover rapidly!
St Davids (Ty Dewi), Pembrokeshire. Travel as far west as you can go in South Wales, stop before you hit the Irish Sea and you're there!
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