St David's and the Cathedral Close, usually known as St David's is a city on the coast of Pembrokeshire. It is Britain's smallest city.
The city stands on the River Alyn on the St David's peninsula. It is the de facto ecclesiastical capital of Wales and the final resting place of Saint David. St David's is the only city in the United Kingdom to lie entirely in a national park, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and it lies near the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Saint Non's Well overlooks the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and St Brides Bay. The Cambrian cliffs make this a popular spot for walkers and kayakers. (Read more)