Top spots for sketching around St Davids With a spectacular coastline and interesting architecture, the area in and around St Davids is ideal for artists. Here the St Davids Arts Group tells us which spots are particularly picture perfect. Porthclais Porthclais, Pembrokeshire Park up at this pretty harbour and sketch boats, lime kilns and cottages on the headland. Secure a spot at the end of the harbor and find inspiration in rugged coastal views whilst enjoying the wonderful light that often illuminates the rich blue of the ocean and deep green grass of the clifftops. Find out more about Porthclais St Justinian's St Justinians, Pembrokeshire by Barrie.Foster This spectacular coastline boasts a view of Ramsey Island, a popular spot with wildlife lovers who flock to see birds and, if they’re lucky, whales and dolphins. Take a walk along the coastal path for 360 degree views and position yourself at the end of the headland looking inland to capture St Justinian’s wooden red and white life boat station – a fantastic focal point. Find out more about walking at St Justinian’s Bishop's Palace If you’re a fan of 14th century architecture, head to this atmospheric ecclesiastical ruin on the edge of St Davids. Set amongst lush green grounds, the enduring grandeur of the imposing ruins testifies to the power of the church during the Middle Ages. Close to shops, cafes, pubs and art galleries, you can easily make a day of it. Find out more about Bishop’s Palace St Davids Head Coetan Arthur burial chamber, St Davids Head, Pembrokeshire by Mark.Turner St Davids Head offers dramatic coastal views in all directions, as well as clear shallow waters and a wonderful sandy beach scene. The rugged and spiritual spot is bathed in a lovely light and fantastic rock formations provide another focal point for artists who enjoy the exhilaration of coastal sketching. Find out more about St Davids Hill Fort by Nine Wells Located between the pretty harbour village of Solva and St Davids, the seaward side of the Nine Wells Iron Age fort has fallen hundreds of feet into the sea, but banks and troughs are still clearly visible on the landlocked side. Interesting rock formations and dramatic waves add to the atmosphere and the artistic potential. Find out more about St Davids Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Faith in West Wales Your guide to some fantastic places of faith to enjoy across West Wales. Historic coastal walk A walk in the footsteps of Wales’ most important saints along some of its most impressive coastline. Wildlife in St Davids Pembrokeshire Coast ranger Ian Meopham offers tips on the best spots to enjoy local wildlife. Puffins on Skomer Island Lucy Griffiths tells us why a visit to Skomer Island leads you to a different world Best in class 2014! Rough Guide votes Wales best place to visit in 2014 Discover scenic Dingestow Explore the Monmouthshire countryside on foot, horse or mountain bike for a great family day out.