St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales The city of St Davids is situated on the far south west coast of Wales. Granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II because of the presence of the cathedral St Davids is in reality a small attractive village. Situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St Davids is surrounded by spectacular coastal scenery renowned for its beauty and abundance of wildlife.
Break up your road trip around Wales and visit some sights from the country's past! You will learn about the country's diverse history and come to understand its present. There are ancient burial sites, Roman ruins, castles, churches, and abbeys – whether in ruins or restored. #history #diverse #ruins #Wales #UnitedKingdom #GreatBritain #WorldHeritage #castle #abbey #palace #dare2go
If you are planning to visit northern Wales, visit at least one of the UNESCO World Heritage listed castles built by King Edward I in the 13th century. We show you all four castles, tell you a little about their history, and finally let you know, which one you shouldn't miss!
Carew Castle: Carew Castle is justly celebrated as one of the most magnificent castles of south Wales. Its position is low-lying, but still prominent in the flat land around the tidal reaches of the Carew river. The castle stands at the end of a ridge at a strategically excellent site commanding a crossing point of the then-still navigable river.