30 September 2014 Dolphin superpod spotted in Welsh waters. A superpod of over 1,000 dolphins was spotted off the coast of Pembrokeshire by the marine wildlife conservation charity Sea Trust during a routine survey at the weekend. A spokesperson from the conservation group who witnessed a 'mile long wall of dolphins' said it was the "most spectacular" sighting in 10 years of surveying the Welsh waters. "On three occasions we have encountered superpods of common dolphin in Pembrokeshire waters but this was the most spectacular with wall-to-wall dolphins." The dolphins were seen on a 30-mile stretch between Milford Haven and Lundy. Our film crew on location in Cardigan Bay during the shoot for our latest TV advert last year were also lucky enough to witness a smaller pod of dolphins, whilst on a rib ride with A Bay to Remember. You can see the dolphins at 0:22 in the video below. Cardigan Bay is a fantastic area to spot dolphins, with the UK’s biggest pod of dolphins calling it home. Discover the Dolphin-spotting hot-spots in Cardigan Bay and read our expert voice from Zoologist Sarah Perry about Wales' own dolphins in Cardigan Bay. Find out more about Pembrokeshire and Welsh Wildlife. Dolphin spotting trip, Pembrokeshire by Sue Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items A weekend of Ironmen Swim, ride, run & enjoy Pembrokeshire Must do in Narberth Independent shops on the high street & superb food are a couple of reasons why Narberth stands out. Top spots for sketching St Davids Arts Group runs through its top five picture-perfect sketching spots. Favourite St Davids spots Travel writer Alf Alderson tells us about his favourite places to spend time in St Davids. Best of Tenby How to make the most of your time on holiday in one of our best seaside towns. Faith in West Wales Your guide to some fantastic places of faith to enjoy across West Wales.