St. Davids, Wales


St. David’s is a small city located in the Pembrokshire region of Wales. It is actually a beautiful village with some picturesque settings all around it. It has been given the status of city by Queen Elizabeth II because of the presence of Cathedral St David in the village.

You will start falling in love with the views of the city as you start approaching towards it, with vast ocean views on the one side and another side of the road is the landscape of vegetation. St. Davids is a vibrant place full of tourists and locals all around it. A lot of local shops, cafes, restaurants so you will never fall short of options.

This small city is house to cathedrals, majestic cliffs & hidden coves as well as exotic coastline.

Are you a water sports freak? This is the place for you. Go for Kayaking, Snorkelling, Cayoning, swimming, speed boating etc. St. Davids have many companies that organizes a lot of cruises or boat tours to nearby island.







We went for lunch to a nice cozy resturant The Grove on the high street. Amazing atmosphere and superb food. Though when we visited it was over crowded with tourists and a lot of waiting time. But food was worth a wait 🙂 Check out the link here –

Me & Ash :)
Me & Ash 🙂

14 thoughts on “St. Davids, Wales

    1. Thank you so much Gin for the compliment xx
      We were lucky to have this weather!! Wales is beautiful but weather does bring the uncertainity. You are right, it is going to rain all over the week 😦
      Recently we have put up a plan twice to go and hike snowdon, but as the weeks gets nearer it starts to show rains. Snowdon you dont want to hike in petty weather. You gotta be enjoying your walk and views. Now we will see over a weekend in August, if weather remains to our side 🙂

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      1. Hey Gin, I am planning to hike Snowdon too towards the end of August but again all depends on weather. Might have to check weekly status. 🙂



      2. Are you planning to stay in a cottage or camp? We stayed in a beautiful cabin/lodge last year during our anniversary in Nov- It is called Bluebell COttage, near Llanwrst. A 40-45 mins drive to Snowdon ranges to start your hike. Fit for two people.


  1. It looks really beautiful in Wales. It seems like you had calm and nice weather. I hope I get to visit this area one day as well 🙂

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