Solva is a town on the northern side of St. Brides Bay, a body of water which resembles a backwards "C" off of the Irish Sea in Wales. It's in Pembrokeshire, one of the 13 counties which make up the Wales region of the UK. Solva's harbor, while small, forms one of the best natural ports in western Wales. The harbor sits at the mouth of the Solva River, a small river which regularly floods the area. In this drone video by Momofoto, you'll get a beautiful bird's eye view of Solva.