The St Davids Peninsula has a wealth of places to visit and activities to do while you are here.
We want you to get the most out of your stay and promote a sustainable trip by:
- Encouraging visitors to use our local public transport system, including the Celtic Coaster shuttle bus
- Promoting a wide range of local attractions
- Providing a shop window for local artists and craft makers
- Selling a range of local goods.
For more information on the coastal buses see the Pembrokeshire County Council website.
More local information
There is plenty to see and do on the St Davids Peninsula, here are a few of the local landmarks that we think you should consider visiting.
Discover more about Oriel y Parc
Before you visit
Over the last few weeks we have been busy making the site ready to welcome you back again. We have made some changes to the site and how we operate t...
About Oriel y Parc
Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre is the gateway to St Davids, Britain's smallest city, located in the UK's only truly coastal National Park.
Oriel y Parc features exhibitions by Pembrokeshire artists as well as a Class A Landscape Gallery, exhibiting art and artefacts from the collections o...
Visitor Centre and Gift Shop
The National Park Visitor Centre is here to help visitors make the best of their visit to Pembrokeshire. The gift shop includes a wide variety of prod...
Oriel y Parc Cafe is open seven days a week, serving food and a selection of coffees, teas and cakes.
School Visits to Oriel y Parc
The gallery at Oriel y Parc displays changing exhibitions from national collections with a connection to landscape.