Nine Wells   -  Pembrokeshire, Wales

It was said by pilgrims in the past, that two trips to St Davids was equal to one trip to Rome. On this journey, Nine Wells had the last well to quench the thirst, before reaching the Cathedral city.

Later Nine Wells took the title of the only settlement in the UK to have its name spelt wrongly on its road side name sign - Naw Fynnnon (with 1 'n' too many). But times have moved on and nowadays Nine Wells has a correct sign for the small settlement which straddles the A 487, 1 mile west of Solva and 2 miles short of St Davids.

The Underworld
and Overworld
The Underworld   The Overworld

The underground reservoir at Nine Wells and the old water tower which supplied St Davids on the A487.

   Nine Wells Information

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Rescue of the stranded Porpoise on 23 May 2011

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