Visiting sailors will find that most of their needs can be met within Solva itself or elsewhere on the St David’s Peninsula.
All Members and visitors are expected to abide by the Pembrokeshire Marine Code which gives lots of helpful advice and includes links to a downloadable App.
Bay View Stores and Post Office in the upper part of the village, (known locally as ‘The Top Shop’), sells a full range food items, a large selection of beers, wines and spirits, cooking gas, newspapers and magazines.
There are four pubs in Lower Solva, all of which serve food. The Ship Inn, The Hats and Barrels and Harbour Inn serves pub grub with the Cambrian serving restaurant food. Both The Ship and The Harbour Inn supply take-away meals. In addition to pubs, there are also a restaurant and two tea rooms in Lower Solva and a licensed café on Trinity Quay.
White diesel, petrol and cooking gas may be obtained from Ocean Haze Filling Station in St. David’s – a three mile journey each way. There is no commercial supplier of red diesel close by. The nearest chandlers are Robust Boats in St Davids, 3 miles each way and Dale Sailing at Neyland, twenty miles or so each way. Boat repair and maintenance services are provided by Solva Sailboats on Solva Quay.
More local information and current events can be obtained through Solva news website www.solvanews.co.uk
Local bus services run to St David’s, Fishguard and Haverfordwest and beyond – there are timetables displayed at the bus stops in Lower and Upper Solva. Details of taxi services are available from the Harbourmaster or in the pubs.
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Information on Solva Harbour and other harbours can be found on www.visitmyharbour.com