St Davids is a beautiful 12th century cathedral set in Britain’s smallest city. It is built on the site of the monastery founded by Dewi Sant (St David), the patron saint of Wales. There are guided tours available or you may explore the cathedral by yourself. Check the website for special events and when you visit St Davids Cathedral you may also be able to enjoy a choral service, concert or exhibition. Delicious food is served in the award-winning refectory and there are two shops stocked with Welsh and Celtic gifts, music, crafts and books. The ruins of the medieval Bishop’s Palace adjacent to the cathedral are also well worth a visit.