Wales is indescribably beautiful. It is all mountains and wild flowers and the ocean breaking against the sandy beaches and rocky cliffs. The scenery is breath-taking. One of its jewels is St. Davids, the home of the Patron Saint of Wales. His sixth century monastic settlement now a medieval cathedral is at the core of Britain’s smallest city. It is a place of pilgrimage, beauty and peace. The endless sea and the undulating rich green hills, broken periodically by jagged out crops of weather torn rocks is inspiring. Here you will find Neolithic tombs, Bronze Age standing stones, wells of healing and tiny chapels with there origin in the dawn of Celtic Christianity. Here you will find your own peace.
St Davids Vacation Club is ideally located for exploring the national park and enjoying all that Saint Davids has to offer. Various styles of apartments set around a lovely courtyard are available. All are are spacious, bright, airy and attractive to the eye. Saint Davids is a very small city so although you are right in the centre, the area is peaceful. The complex is right in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and just steps away from the city’s shops, restaurants bars and cafés.
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Once the summer rush is over, Pembrokeshire keeps going, the freshening weather adds spice to adrenalin activities such as surfing and coasteering, the beaches and coastal footpaths empty, leaving them to shearwaters, seals and satin red sunsets. A precious ecological area. A wealth of wildlife on a tiny patch of the Earth. There are beaches of white sand, coves and caves, a coast path to tread, harbours to glean the expectation of a voyage beyond the headlands. Cosy pubs are lighting their fires and the many award winning restaurants are preparing dishes from the abundant local fresh produce including succulent spring lamb, Welsh Black Beef, Crab, Lobster and wild Bass.
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