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On this walk you will be guided along some of the most dramatic parts of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail, with stunning scenery, steep rugged cliffs, clear waters and golden sandy beaches.
The beautiful area of St Davids Peninsula is forged out of the activities of fishing and farming, as shown by the small coastal settlements, Neolithic cromlechs and Iron Age promontory forts.
St David himself arrived here to build the impressive cathedral and started the early Celtic Saints and their followers.
The impressive Pembrokeshire National Trail has been voted one of the top coastal walks in the world and it never disappoints with it’s beauty.