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St David's Peninsula

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. | Gyda’i forlin lliwgar a’i hanes cyfoethog, mae’r penrhyn hardd hwn wedi bod yn ganolbwynt diwylliannol ers miloedd o flynyddoedd. Dewch i ddarganfod hanes hynafiaid yr ardal, o fywyd y Celtiaid i nawddsant Cymru.

St David's Peninsula, Pembrokeshire, SA62

A clifftop vantage point with a large stone to the right and view down to the sea below

Planning your visit

A pony stands on a hill looking at the camera, its tail caught in the breeze. The land slopes away into the distance where the coast and a beach can be seen

Visiting rural Pembrokeshire with your dog 

Our rural and coastal places in Pembrokeshire are one pawprint rated. Find out more about bringing your dog to Pembrokeshire. Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape with your four-legged friend beside your side.

The cross on the square square, St David's, Pembrokeshire

The St David’s Visitor Centre and Shop 

Nestled in St David’s, the visitor centre and shop is a brilliant base for discovering Pembrokeshire. Plan your visit with the team, have a browse and help support our special places. | Canolfan Ymwelwyr a Siop Tyddewi ar stryd fawr Tyddewi, Sir Benfro. Mae’r ganolfan ymwelwyr a’r siop yn Nhyddewi yn lle gwych i ddechrau darganfod Sir Benfro. Gallwch gynllunio eich ymweliad gyda’n tîm, cael golwg o gwmpas a helpu i gefnogi ein lleoedd arbennig.

St David's, Pembrokeshire

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