Dyfed in Wales is a ceremonial county, home to Britain’s smallest city: St David’s. Dyfed covers the previous historic counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
The Irish Sea, bordering the county on the west, provides the backdrop to much of the county’s stunning scenery. The coastline in Dyfed is particularly popular with holiday-makers for its rugged and imposing rock formations as well as its glorious sandy beaches.
Within the county you can find a wealth of castles and attractions. Inland from the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea Dyfed also boasts impressive mountains and river valleys.