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Rugged coastline and heather moorland steeped in Celtic history
St David's Head is a dramatic headland northwest of St David's and Whitesands beach dominated by the peak of Carn Llidi. Super for sea views and circular coastal walks.
See the medieval cross which marks the centre of St David's. It's one of many along an historic route of pilgrimage to the cathedral. The cathedral itself was built with stone from our cliffs at Caerbwdy on the Solva Coast.
The weathered Treginnis Peninsula, southwest of St David's and opposite Ramsey Island (RSPB), is home to the oldest rocks in Pembrokeshire.
Walk the coast path from Porthclais Harbour to discover the RNLI's unusual St Justinian lifeboat station and ancient coastal mine workings.
Saved for the nation
One of the last unaltered examples of a classic Pembrokeshire cottage has been left to us by the late Mr Glyn Griffiths. You can follow our progress as we restore this wonderful place and open it as a National Trust Holiday Cottage by visiting our blog.