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Solva is a great place to spend a few hours. At high water it’s an attractive anchorage with walks along to the boat house and cafe being popular to soak up the view. At low water walking round the exposed beach and headland to find...More
We loved our short stay in Solva. It is a small and charming town that has some lovely cafes and walks. We were only passing through, but we ended up spending half a day there. The playground that is across the bridge is perfect for...More
We visited for the Swim 2 the Edge event.
Parked up at Solva FC. Walked down through a coastal path. Stunning views.
Sunny Day. Solva Boat Club had a lovely cafe with Balcony. We walked along to the harbour area/main silva car park. Harbour Pub...More
Tried to park for 10 minutes to nip to the shops, the main sign on entry into carpark states up to 30 minutes is free but the wooden shed erected around the ticket machine only gives 1hr, 2hr, 3hr charges. We explained we were only...More
Solva is a lovely place which provides some pleasant walks and great views. The cafe on the quay is pleasant but sooner or later the slipway is going to be the scene of a dreadful accident. While people are trying to use the slipway for...More
We had driven through town a number of times. It would be fun to spend more time exploring, but our goal was to get here when the tide was out. We walked out as far as we could which is quite a ways. There were...More
Stopped here for lunch and really like Solva. A small Main Street with a few pubs and cafes + an artist gallery and a few tourist shops. Certainly worth stopping. There is a public car park at the St David’s end of town. Parking charges...More
Lots of things to do here, including crabbing and souvenir shopping. There's a beach, lots of swimming opportunities, art galleries, a well kept marina with a restaurant, bar and loos, art galleries, lovely pubs and lots more. Well worth a visit for people of ages....More
Parked in Solva near the quay after high winds blew us and many others out of the campsite at Newgale during the night. Parking attendent from the wooden shed told us the next morning about the no overnight parking rule we explained what had happened...More
Response from cymraes191267 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you would need to catch a bus from Tenby to Haverfordwest then a bus to St. davids. I have done it but it's a long journey. Don't forget you will need time to get back too, check out the local bus company for timings.