This is one of Britain’s hidden gems.
The West Wales coastline offers stunning scenery, rich in wild and ancient landscapes and wooded valleys.
The sandy coves and soaring cliffs of the Pembrokeshire shore are home to spectacular coastal flowers, mysterious stone circles, Iron Age forts and a fascinating variety of wildlife: from seals and dolphins to choughs and kites.
Your private guide will take you to the beautiful city of St Davids, to visit its masterpiece, the 12th century cathedral. Built from dusky purple sandstone, it is one of Wales’ most iconic religious buildings – surrounded by the evocative and timeless ruins of the Bishop’s Palace. Stroll through this city famed for its artist’s studios and charming cottages.