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2015 Extended Day Tours Saturday 18 April 2015 Saturday 16 May 2015 Saturday 13 June 2015 Saturday 11 July 2015 Saturday 8 August 2015 Saturday 5 September 2015 Saturday 10 October 2015
Highlights ►Tenby Coastal Town ►Newgale Coastal Village ►Solva Harbour ►St David's City & Cathedral ►Pembrokeshire National Park
►start time 08:30 and return 18:30 approximately ►National Museum Cardiff - map.
Your tour departs from Cardiff at 08:30 and travels west to the quaint coastal town of Tenby, one of the most popular and well-known resorts in Wales. The town is rich in ancient history, surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. On arrival a walking tour to explore the quaint narrow streets, stone cottages and buildings of special historic and architectural interests. Your guide will direct you to the picturesque harbour and three fabulous Blue Flag beaches. Free time to explore. You could visit the 15th century Tudor Merchant's House for a small entrance fee, take a walk up Castle Hill which overlooks the harbour, with panoramic views across Carmarthen Bay, or stroll along the golden sandy beach. There are a range of cafeterias and pubs to enjoy a delicious lunch in the town.
After lunch travel to the far south west coast of Wales stopping at two stunning photographic locations: Newgale coastal village to view the broad expanse of golden sands and sweeping cliff landscapes, all exposed to the Atlantic gales and the picturesque little village of Solva, built around a fine natural harbour where there was once a direct passenger service to New York.
Final stop is on the west coast of Wales to visit the smallest city in the UK, St Davids, surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe. The pace of life here is noticeably slower and the Welsh language playing a major part in everyday life. Join your guide on a tour of the 12th-Cathedral a breathtaking example of Gothic architecture built on the site of a 6th-century monastery. Royal visitors to include King William I, King Henry II, King Edward III and our current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Free time to visit the nearby Bishops Palace which has a small chargeable entrance fee and explore the city which is more village size.
Late afternoon we travel east on the return journey arriving at Cardiff 6.30pm approx.
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