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What to do in Solva

Solva Harbour is without a doubt Pembrokeshire’s most shining gem, arguably Wales' too! Nestled between two high cliff sides in a valley, the idyllic harbour village boast one of the most breathtaking coastal views in the country. It’s also home to musicians, David Grey, Meic Stephens and notably the most famous welsh cakes in the land.

Solva is renowned for its active fishing harbour, where you can find local fishermen and women bring in it's famous Solva crab and lobster, which can be purchased in the village and served fresh in the restaurants. Seen as Pembrokeshire's home of costal culture, with art galleries, music festivals, Hollywood film productions, and fine dining, there is something for everyone in what first seems like a quiet harbour town.  

Food & Drink
MamGu's Welsh Cakes, Cambrian, Number 35, Café on the Quay, The Royal George The Harbour & The Ship Alissas Supper Club (monthly event)
Edge Festival
 
Shops & Galleries
Window on Wales, Solva Woolen Mill, Bay View Stores, Raul Speak Gallery,
Sail Loft Gallery Solva Pottery Sea Forth Designs Kala’s Boutique Salon,  
Activites
Catch & Cook Crabbing Kayak Hire Predergast Wood The Gibin  Wild Water Swimming, Wild Yoga Studio 
We hope you enjoy Solva as much as we do and pop in for a welsh cake next time you're passing by. 
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