Anchoring Pembrokeshire
Atlantic Circuit,  Northern Europe

Anchoring in Pembrokeshire

June 27-29, 2021

After a couple of days in Milford Haven we left the marina and headed a bit north in Pembrokeshire. We sailed up to Porthlysgi Bay where we anchored together with Sanuti. We took a walk from the bay to the town St Davids, which is the smallest city in Europe. What we understood is that it is only a city because it has a cathedral.

Anchoring Pembrokeshire
Anchored in Porthlysgi bay, Pembrokeshire.
We took a walk along the Pembrokeshire National Coastal Path.
Portclais harbour, the harbour dries out completely at low tide.
Portclais harbour, a bit further in.
St Nons Chapel, located along the coastal path.
Pretty view over the coast and St Nons Chapel.
We reached St Davids, which was a cute town.
We ate a scones-lunch.
St Davids cathedral.
On the path back to teh bay we had anchored.


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