The picturesque village of Solva in the National Park area of Pembrokeshire, offers the visitor a wealth of unspoilt coastline
The National Park has a varied landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, covering a total area of 629 km2 (243 sq mi). The geology of the area is of particular interest with many good exposures both inland and along the coast.Read more
Ramsey Island is an island about 1 km off the coast of the St David's peninsula in Pembrokeshire on the northern side of St Brides Bay, in southwest Wales. It is 640 acres in area. Ramsey Island is less than 3.2 km (2 mi) long and its highest point is 136 metres (446 ft) above sea level.Read more
At high tide the beach is a narrow strip at the head of the inlet but at low tide the harbour is completely dry with the exception of a stream that runs down the middle of the harbour, providing hours of entertainment catching fish, shrimp and crabs. If you head down the beach towards the mouth of the inlet a large stretch of sand is revealed with plenty of rock pools and caves to explore.Read more
Nestled in the Pembrokeshire National Park, a few miles from St David’s, it boasts a bustling quay with plenty to do and a charming High Street with cafes, craft shops and galleries.
There’s easy access to Pembrokeshire’s award winning Blue Flag Beaches, and sublime walking both on the Pembrokeshire National Coast Path and inland in the secluded valley.
There is a great selection of places for a lunch with spectacular views or with riverside gardens to relax in.
Solva is a wonderful place for a holiday in Wales, we’re sure you’ll love it as much as we do.