There is so much to do in St Davids and surrounding areas. Today, it was walking weather so here are my Top 5 places to visit in September. I also have included two visits to do in case it does rain.

Top 5 Places to Visit in September


My favourite, if you stay with us just walk out of Ty Mortimer cottage, head westwards to join the coastal path at Lower Treginnis.
Dominating the peninsula are some of Wales’s oldest rocks – from the Precambrian era.
The rocks are volcanic in origin, covered in places by layers of sedimentary Cambrian rock.
Seals and their pups seen in the small coves.
Have your picnic at the disused Copper Mines which are opposite the white house on Ramsey Island. Keep a lookout for porpoises in Ramsey Sound, usually the gannets are diving into the sea and the porpoises are just below busy feeding.
Many intrepid sea-kayakers negotiating the shallow reef known as The Bitches near Ramsey Island.


St Davids Cathedral is situated in St Davids, Pembrokeshire.
After parking in Oriel Y Parc car park situated on the road from Haverfordwest, walk down our small city, down the Pebbles to find our beautiful cathedral set down in the valley.
There are groups of trained volunteers to guide you around this magnificent cathedral.
Visit the recently restored St Davids Shrine.
In the Nave each of the rounded arches are carved with a different pattern. Look up to view the wooden ceiling.
So much more to see.
After walking around the Cathedral, you can visit The Refectory for refreshments.


Whitesands Beach St Davids Pembrokeshire

Whitesands Beach

Just a ten-minute drive from St Davids or catch the Local Shuttle bus.
Watch the surfers riding the waves or even join in.
Enjoy walking the length of the beach even on an overcast day.
When the tide is out you can see the top of an old wreck.

Walk up to St Davids Head to view a most spectacular headland. Lots of different walks to do.
Climb to the top of Carn Llidi – spectacular views.
Interesting many-layered archaeological landscape, with evidence of human occupation going back to the Stone Age.
Walk to see Carreg Coetan Arthur, a Neolithic burial chamber.

ORIEL Y PARC (Information Centre)

AS you enter St Davids from Haverfordwest, on the left is Oriel Y Parc.
Stop here to get all the local information and also to view the Current Exhibition of Constable’s Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows 1831.


Go along and view the setting up of the Red Bull Cliff Diving 2016in Abereiddy’s famous Blue Lagoon.
This is the third time that the event has taken place, huge honour for this beautiful area.
This was once an old slate quarry.
Carry on walking northwards and you end up at the tiny fishing port of Porthgain.
Once here, you have a choice of eating at The Sloop Inn or have locally caught fish at The Shed.