St. Davids is located in Pembrokeshire. It is known as the smallest city located within the United Kingdom, with less than 2,000 people. Situated on Saint David's peninsula, the town is the ecclesiastical capital of Wales. Among the sights that should not be missed while in town is St. David's cathedral. Other sights include the Tower Gate, which dates back to the 13th century, as well as the Celtic Old Cross and a variety of different art galleries. The area is also known for walking and water sports.
The Welsh city of St David's is a small place. The city has a population of less than two thousand people. The city is located on the banks of the River Alun within the peninsula of St David's in Pembrokeshire. St David's was the final resting place of Saint David who is the patron saint of Wales.
St David's is built around the cathedral that during the middle ages was a popular place for pilgrimages. Next to the cathedral is Bishops Palace, which is now a ruin that is in the care of the Cadw, and this site is open to visitors. The city was once a marcher borough. It was described in 1603 as being one of the five boroughs in Pembrokeshire that is overseen by a portreeve.
According to the tradition of the area St David was born within the area of Saint Non, which is a ten-minute walk from the southern part of the city. It is said that he was baptised in 500 AD at Porthclais, which is now the port within the city.
This city is in fact the only city within the United Kingdom that is completely located within a national park. St Davids located on Pembrokeshire coast and is located near the coastal path. The St David's lifeboat is located within St Justinian.