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This is an original comedy walking tour, and the first of its kind in St Davids. Dry humour is mixed with slapstick as your deadpan guide, Liam, whisks you through 2,000 years of spurious local history, while Pembrokeshire-native health and safety advisor Polly (Director of St Davids Amateur Dramatics Society) ensures you have, if not the greatest experience the smallest city in Great Britain can provide, certainly the safest. For Tuesdays, either buy a ticket in advance or turn up and pay-what-you-want on the day.
Step back in time, and discover one of Wales’ most scenic and remote Norman castles, when you book tickets to Manorbier Castle. Dating to the 11th century, the castle, now in ruins, stands overlooking an unspoiled beach; thanks to your full-day passes, you can explore the castle’s highlights and discover the surrounding scenery at your own pace. Parking is included, and a café is hosted on site (own expense).
There is no better way to enjoy the stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire than by climbing to 10,000 ft while flying around it. You are even able to take int he coast line of Ireland from 4,000 on a clear day. Once you are at altitude then there is no better or quicker way down than a Tandem Skydive.
Jewellery making in the most beautiful part of the world is not only fun and relaxing but gives you skills you can take away, not to mention the item you make which will forever mind you of your holiday!