The unspoilt village of Dale is just four miles south of St Brides, in the heart of the National Park. Traditionally an agricultural and fishing community, there's plenty of wildlife including birds, seals, dolphins and porpoise. Located on the National Park's long-distance path, the village is popular with walkers.
It has safe beaches where there are plenty of opportunities for water sports. The West Wales Wind, Surf and Sailing company offers training and equipment hire for a range of activities. There are also pony trekking and riding facilities nearby.
Britain's smallest city, St David's, is also within easy driving distance along the coast. This beautiful city has been a favourite with artists, travellers and pilgrims for centuries. Visit its lovely 12th-century cathedral, which is built on the site of a 6th-century monastery and still serves the local community.