If feeling the earth beneath your boots or bike is your thing, you are in for a treat!
This one day pilgrimage has it all: ten holy wells, a Bronze Age coastal fort, Celtic chapels and Celtic crosses, a stone circle and a one of the most beautiful medieval cathedrals in Europe.
Join us on this guided walk on the last stretch of ancient pilgrimage route to St Davids.
This route was as important as the Camino de Santiago in medieval times and is rapidly becoming a popular pilgrimage route again for those wanting a flavour of a Celtic Camino in Wales.
All this and a walk on what Lonely Planet describes as the finest coast path in the world, taking in spectacular cliff top views with romantic coves and smugglers’ caves.
This tour is organised and managed by Guided Pilgrimage, a not for profit travel company providing a range of Celtic pilgrimage experiences in West Wales.
This is a 6 mile (10km) walk on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path from the beautiful harbour of Solva along the coast to St Nons and then inland to St Davids, the smallest city in Britain.
Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. Walking boots are recommended (and bring waterproofs, just in case). Please bring a small rucksack/day bag to carry everything you need.
Please bring a packed lunch and drinking water.
Our normal start time is 10am and the pilgrimage (including walking there and travelling back to the start by car) lasts 6 hours.
Facilities & refreshments
Toilets are only available at the start / end.
Please bring a packed lunch and drinking water. There is a cafe at St Davids Cathedral (not included in price). There are local cafes and tea shops in Solva Harbour.
There is a paid car park (£5 for car) at the start. We will meet at Solva Harbour car park (SA62 6UU). The nearest coach park is Oriel y Parc (SA62 6NW).
This Pilgrimage involves walking 6 miles (10km) over varied terrain including steps and rocky sections along the coast path. It is not suitable for anyone, of any age, who cannot walk that distance.
The coast path involves steps and rocky sections that are unsuitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Therefore, this tour is not suitable for wheelchair users. However, if you would like to discuss possible options with us, please get in touch.