A coastal view from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

In the Footsteps of St David

01 Jun 2019

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This 8 mile pilgrim-journey is organised jointly between Journeying and St Davids Cathedral's Ty'r Pererin Education & Pilgrimage Centre. The walk begins in the city of St Davids, in reality a small, attractive village. It was here that St David founded a monastery in the sixth century on a promontory pushing out to sea at the furthest point of south west Wales. This foundation became a major centre of Celtic Christianity and an important place of pilgrimage. Today the lovely Cathedral of St David lies in a little valley in what is perhaps the most rural ecclesiastical setting in Britain.

This is a 'thin place' where the boundary between heaven and earth is narrow...From St Davids we walk to the coast at St Non's where St David was born - on a cliff top during a raging storm! Thereafter its magnificent sea views all the way to St Justinian. There is a return bus to St Davids.

Accessibility Information
The walk is mainly coastal. It will be rocky underfoot with some steep sections.



Organiser Details:
Journeying and Ty'r Pererin Education & Pilgrimage Centre

info@journeying.co.uk

Journeying is a not-for-profit organisation that takes small groups on guided walking tour holidays in an informal Christian ambience, to the more off-the-beaten-track parts of the British Isles. Ty'r Pererin is the Cathedral of St Davids Education and Pilgrimage Centre.

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Prices: The walk is free, simply bring a packed lunch. There will be a small charge for the return bus from St Justinian's to St Davids. 

How to book:
CONTACT: JOURNEYING - David Gleed (07896 285839) or Iain Tweedale (07904 042976) info@journeying.co.uk TY'R PERERIN - Janet Ingram, education@stdavidscathedral.org.uk

Location:
Tŷ’r Pererin, Quickwell Hill, St Davids, Haverfordwest SA62 6PD, UK

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