Things to see and do - Saint David's
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This is the largest church in Wales. It was built in an isolated hollow and suddenly appears in spectacular fashion to anyone crossing the portal to reach the cathedral wall and the Episcopal palace. Pietro de Leia, a Florentine monk and third Norman..
The palace as it is seen today was mainly built by bishop Gower (1328-1347). The outer wall is a little older. It is made up of a courtyard lined with three long buildings and a wall with a gate with flying buttresses. The building including the bish..
Just to the south of the town, you will see the cliffs and bays of the Pembroke coast. Here you will find various sites associated with St David, mainly the ruined chapel dedicated to his mother, St Non, where they stay he was born, and to the west, ..