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          Helping you find a career in St Davids

          With the smallest population and urban area of all UK cities, St David's is ideal for anyone looking for a quieter city life. It sits on the River Alun in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire, and it's named after Wales' patron saint who was buried there.

          The cathedral city has a number of beautiful historical sights to visit, all with fascinating tales from the country's history.

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          Transport links

          St David's is reachable by bus and car (the A487 connects Haverfordwest and Fishguard). There are also ferries from Rosslare in Ireland to Fishguard, a Welsh town that is a bus ride away. And, to get to St David's by train, it's best to get in to Haverfordwest before getting a bus to St David's.

          Renting Prices

          In Pembrokeshire, the average property rent is £548 pcm (per calendar month) , with one-bedroom properties averaging at £381 pcm. While there are not generally a huge number of properties to rent in the area, particularly large houses with several rooms, there are nonetheless a number of properties with one, two, three and four bedrooms.


          Locals' pubs make up a lot of the nightlife in St David's. If you are looking for real ale and pub food, it can cater to you. The Farmers Arms, for example, is a rustic pub, popular with local residents - particularly in winter when the open fire is lit. However, if you are looking for more lively bars and clubs, you might need to consider travelling out of St David's to visit other (larger) Welsh cities.

          Notable Attractions

          Particularly with the 12th-Century Cathedral and Bishops Palace ruins, St David's offers some unique historical sites to see. The cathedral has a history directly interlinked with St David as it lies on the spot of a monastery the saint set up in the sixth century. The current building is generally thought to be the fourth one on the site, displaying impressive Romanesque architecture and including a shrine to St David inside.

          The economy in St Davids

          As a small and relatively hard-to-access city, there are limited graduate opportunities in St David's. However, there are opportunities in tourism, hospitality and retail - but note that some of these jobs may be seasonal.