Some 2 miles to the north west of St David’s City is the small inlet of St Justinian’s.
Coast and Country Holidays offer a great selection of coastal and inland self catering holiday cottages in and around St Davids.
Situated in a field above the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are the ruins of St Non’s Chapel- now barely more than foundations it does house a stone slab with a simple cross and circle carved into it.
Situated north of Whitesands beach on the very western point of the St David’s Peninsula is Coetan Arthur Dolmen.
The present cathedral is built from stone quarried at nearby Carer Bwdy, during the Norman period, this is evident and reflected in the style building, typical of the period, it is interesting that many aspects of this wonderful architecture are evident in other great cathedrals around the UK.
Now a ruin, the Bishop’s Palace at St David’s still retains signs of its former grandeur. Currently in the hands of CADW the remains are utilised now as an open air theatre as well as a visitor attraction.