The Joules Guide to St Davids

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It might be Britain’s smallest city but St Davids certainly packs a punch for its size. Located in (almost) the most western tip of Wales, it’s a city boasting pretty streets, beautiful scenery and delicious food. Our team at our St Davids store have put together their guide to St Davids, don’t forget to take it with you on your trip!

What to see

St David’s Cathedral is one of Wales’ most iconic religious sites and dates back to the 12th century. Inside, the painted ceilings and decorations will take you by surprise! Opposite the cathedral is the Bishop’s Palace which once upon a time rivalled the cathedral for grandeur. It’s now in ruins but is still dramatic to wander around.

Where to eat

You can’t be near the sea without having a pasty. Our favourite is Losh’s Pasties (dangerously close to our store), they’ve only opened recently so get down there before the crowds discover it!

If you’re after a sit-down meal, be sure to stop by The Really Wild Emporium. Open for lunch and dinner, their menu is bursting with fresh and local ingredients – we’d eat here every day if we could!

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Where to go

One word: beaches. St Davids has the most beautiful beaches and natural landscapes. Spend the day at the stunning Whitesands Bay or take a trip to Ramsey Island to spot some of the wildlife living there. You can also go on whale, dolphin and puffin spotting boat tours from St Davids.

Pop by and visit us in store!

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  • Sara Rees saraddavs

    21.06.2021 at 15:58 Reply

    Love this place and your clothes. Love that you are dog friendly

  • Kate Evans

    21.06.2021 at 21:18 Reply

    How exciting, I am coming to stay near st davids next week, must pop in 😊

  • Diane Daniel

    25.06.2021 at 13:51 Reply

    Had a fantastic three day break in St Davids two weeks ago
    Such a glorious part of the world and so pleased I had my Antique gold Shoreside coat when the weather turned wet after three glorious sunny days
    Loved Porthgain and Abereidy

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