The Pembrokeshire Car rally - 300 plus beautiful
vintage cars parade
through Solva each year, bring your own and take part!
Solva Harbour Entrance
Apart from the Harbour and lovely scenery there is more to explore in
Solva. There are gift shops and galleries, a pottery, a Cuban art
cafe, cream teas, woollen mill, pubs and excellent restaurants.
Sailing courses can be booked
through Solva Sailboats. Dressed crab and lobster can be bought
freshly caught and prepared by Jan and Will the fish. The Post Office
and local store is in Upper Solva as is the Church where Sunday
services start at 9.30am.
Another view of Solva
'Perfect cottage, great weather - we love Solva & Pembrokeshire. Only
problem - we have to leave'.
'Excellent base for walking, weather has been very kind. Wild flower
Some views of Solva:
Looking out towards Solva Harbour
The Pembrokeshire coast path is 150 yards away in lower Solva.
You can go left through the wood and up over the Gribin and on
towards Newgale or go
right through the car park towards the Harbour for St Davids.
It's beautiful whichever way you go, it takes about 1 1/2 hours
to walk to St Davids. The walk on to St Justinianas alongside
Ramsey Sound to Whitesands and St Davids Head is stunning.
Visit of the St Davids Lifeboat on
Solva Harbour is a short walk from Bwthyn Strathmore where you
watching the children crabbing, go kayaking and swimming at high
tide or walking on the sands at low tide. There is a cafe where
you can buy drinks, sandwiches and cakes. Explore the various
footpaths from the quay to the upper village.
Iron Age Fort on the Gribin
Various village events happen
throughout the year, Regattas, Rowing races, Raft races,
Scarecrow trail, fetes, Beer fests, Sunflower Competition,
Fantastic fireworks display.
Regatta Day and Greasy Pole 1997