Caerfai Bay Beach in St Davids

Come and see a beautiful hidden gem of the Welsh coastline!

Caerfai Bay is a stunning beach tucked away, hidden at high tide. It sits between some magnificent cliffs, a key feature of this area. Come low tide, a sparkling golden sandy beach is revealed! Head down the winding path (it’s a little steep so watch your step) and take in the sights! The beach itself is peppered with grey, green and pretty pink rocks, and the cove is used by those who fancy a paddle! Though caution is advised if you go for a swim, as there’s no lifeguards stationed here and the currents can be strong. It’s a beautiful spot to take a moment and enjoy being in nature.

Where can I find Caerfai Beach?

It’s located just outside of St Davids, the UK’s smallest city!
  •  Entry is free

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The Best Ever 100% Verifiably Accurate Walking Tour of St Davids

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Join your guide Saint David (Liam McKenna) and his 11th century biographer Rhygyfarch the Wise (Polly Preston) for a factually suspect comedy walking tour of historic St Davids, suitable for all the family. Having mined the darkest corners of the internet and thumbed through the dustiest shelves of literature, Fire Donkey Productions have dispensed with all the facts and created a bizarre, fantastical and often unbelievable exploration of the lesser known legends lurking in Great Britain's smallest city. Through a combination of embellished storytelling, blood-thirsty re-enactments, and with a host of local historical characters to meet, this tongue-in-cheek (and fully insured!) tour takes a seed of truth and brings to life a semi-re-imagined version of the history of this proud little city. The tour begins outside Oriel y Parc (St Davids tourist information centre) and lasts approximately 1 hour 15-30 mins. It is suitable for all ages of moderate walking abilities (there will be points to sit down should anyone need to). Sensible shoes are recommended.