Historic monument walk: St Non’s Chapel and St Davids

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

This 4.5 mile route from St Davids Cathedral to the sheltered harbour of Porth Clais via St Non’s Well and Chapel concentrates some of the best historic monuments of the area.

The smallest city in Wales, St Davids is home to some 200 listed buildings. David, the patron saint of Wales established his community alongside the River Alun in the 6th century. There is no shortage of atmospheric pubs and eateries in St Davids and its neighbouring villages. The route includes paved and natural footpaths, quiet lanes, and bridleways and minor road walking. This is a stile-free route, so ideal for visitors with pushchairs and wheelchairs.

Find out more on the Visit Wales website or see the route on the Viewranger website.

St David's Cathedral, Pembrokeshire by Natural Resources Wales