St David's Peninsula

Coastal view towards Carn Llidi on St David's Head, from Pen Beri rock

A colourful coastline with heaps of history, this pretty peninsula’s been a cultural hotspot for thousands of years. Discover the area’s ancestry, from Celtic life to Wales’ patron saint.

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St David's Peninsula

What's on 

Upcoming events

Spring wildflower walk at St David's Head

Mon 28 May 2018
13:30-16:30
Enjoy a 4km coastal walk around St David's Head to see the spring wildflowers at their finest. Led by a National Trust Ranger, learn how to identify the flora spotted along the route. £6 per adult, £3.50 per child. Booking essential.
St David's Peninsula

Eating and shopping

St David's Peninsula

History

Ancient field patterns and Carn Llidi

Celtic roots and Wales' patron saint 

St David’s is home to a wealth of history. Learn more about the city’s Celtic origins, pilgrimages and patron saint.

St David's Peninsula

Wildlife

St David's Peninsula

Our work

James Roden, our new area ranger

Meet our new area ranger 

North Pembrokeshire area ranger James Roden shares an insight into his role, work experience and seasonal highlights.

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Get involved

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Places to stay

Exterior view of Treledydd Fawr Cottage

Holiday cottages 

Dotted across Pembrokeshire you’ll find the National Trust’s holiday cottages. Enjoy coastal views, waterfront walks and heaps of heritage.