About Edge Festival
The Edge Festival runs fund raising events during the year and the
highlight is the festival itself which takes place in August and attracted over 1,000 people. The 2.4 mile open water swim has proved to be very popular amongst Iron Man athletes and also novice swimmers. The festival was identified as one of the 10 best attractions in Pembrokeshire by The Daily Telegraph. It was also listed in the Sunday Times. We hope to extend the reach of the festival so that it is even bigger next year and encourages people to visit the area and use the local businesses outside of the Summer holiday season, thus creating a more sustainable local community.
Open from December to December.
The Edge Festival runs over 3 days, Friday entrance is TBA, entry to the site on Saturday is £5, and on Sunday is TBA.
Parking is free and camping on the adjacent field is £10 a night per tent/motor home.
- Baby Changing
- Bottle Warming
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Toilet
- Groups welcome
- Parking (free)
- Pembrokeshire Produce
- Wet Weather attraction
The festival site is easily accessible for wheelchairs and disabled parking is allocated at the entrance to the site.
Solva is a village on the A487, 3 miles from St David’s.
The 411 bus run by Richards Brothers between Haverfordwest and St David’s passes through the village hourly.