Our private sightseeing tour visits West Wales, with its legendary coastal scenery, set in Britain’s only coastal National park and offers the chance to sample the character of its charming towns and villages. We also visit St David’s, Britain’s smallest city, steeped in history with many a tale to tell of centuries gone by.
|DEPARTURE DAY||7 days a week – you choose!|
or your chosen departure point (please let us know at the time of enquiry).
|PRICE* (per tour)||
* Please note that the price is the total cost of the tour, not per person.
|RETURN TIME||18:00 – 19:00 dependent on traffic conditions.|
This Pembrokeshire private sightseeing tour is perfect for anyone who wants to explore the beauty of West Wales and visit picturesque towns and villages, treading in royal footsteps.
Depart from Cardiff
Our private tours leave either from our standard departure point at Windsor Place in central Cardiff, or from your hotel in Cardiff and the surrounding areas. Alternative departure points may be available – please enquire for details.
Our first stop is the charming town of Tenby, which is steeped in history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Here you will have free time to wander the narrow street and explore the picturesque harbour, as well as the opportunity to take lunch in one of the many cafes or pubs.
We continue in a south-westerly direction, stopping at Newgale. This pretty, coastal village is famed for its vast beach, almost 2 miles of sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a big storm in 1859.
Nestled in the Pembrokeshire National Park, Solva is a delightful village which boasts a bustling quay and a charming high street with cafes, craft shops and galleries.
Our final stop is St David’s, Britain’s smallest city, having less than 200 residents and being the size of a small village. It’s also one of the prettiest and has been enchanting visitors since the 6th century, with its slower pace of life. We visit the 12th century cathedral which illustrates Gothic architecture and is built on the site of a 6th century monastery. Also worth a visit, and adjacent to the Cathedral, is the Bishops Palace (whilst admission to the cathedral is free, there is a small charge to explore the Bishops Palace.) St David’s has earned its place in history and has been visited by King William I, King Henry II, Kind Edwards III and the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Return to Cardiff
We return to your earlier departure point, leaving you free to enjoy the evening as you wish.