Top 10 Pembrokeshire Beaches
Here are The UK Beach Guides top 10 Pembrokeshire beaches. Our rating is based on two factors, the first is the amount each page is viewed and the second is any reviews submitted. These counts get reset at the start of each month.1. Abercastle Beach
2. Gelliswick Bay Beach
3. Lydstep Beach
4. Newgale Sands Beach
5. Hazelbeach Beach
6. Llyfn Beach
7. Whitesands Beach
8. Dale Beach
9. Tenby Beach
10. Barafundle Bay Beach
1. Abercastle Beach, FishguardA picturesque cove and fishing village with a sand and shingle beach. Popular with divers, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and angling....
For more details visit our Abercastle Beach page
2. Gelliswick Bay Beach, Milford HavenGelliswick Bay is a sand and shingle beach backed by a sea wall with large grass areas behind the beach. The beach does not have the best of views out into the busy shipping area of Milford Haven....
For more details visit our Gelliswick Bay Beach page
3. Lydstep Beach, TenbyLydstep beach also known as Lydstep Haven is a well protected beach due to the horseshoe shape and limestone headlands. The beach is a mix of sand, shingle and rocks. The beach is private t...
For more details visit our Lydstep Beach page
4. Newgale Sands Beach, St DavidsNewgale Sands - Over 2 miles long, backed with a pebble bank. At high water most of the beach is completely submerged but at other times a glorious wide sandy beach, popular with dog walkers, surfe...
For more details visit our Newgale Sands Beach page
5. Hazelbeach Beach, NeylandHazelbeach beach - we have no details yet. If you know this beach then please get in touch....
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6. Llyfn Beach, St DavidsLlyfn beach is a west facing sandy beach backed by impressive cliffs. This can be a dangerous beach for swimming due to strong currents and undertow....
For more details visit our Llyfn Beach page
7. Whitesands Beach, St DavidsWhitesands beach - One of the most popular sandy beaches in Pembrokeshire. In the summer it can get quite crowded on both the beach and in the water. Swimming and surfing areas marked b...
For more details visit our Whitesands Beach page
8. Dale Beach, DaleDale is a small village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, West Wales. Located on the Dale Peninsula which forms the northern side of the entrance to Milford Haven estuary. ...
For more details visit our Dale Beach page
9. Tenby Beach, TenbyTenby has pastel-coloured buildings and traffic-free tiny lanes in the summer. Tenby beaches are some of the best in the Pembrokshire, boasting dunes and gently sloping sandy shores. ...
For more details visit our Tenby Beach page
10. Barafundle Bay Beach, Stackpole QuayBarafundle Bay beach is sheltered golden sands nestled between limestone headlands backed by dunes and woodland. The approach is part of the visit with woods and then an arch and steps down to the ...
For more details visit our Barafundle Bay Beach page
In addition to our top beaches, Pembrokeshire has 12 Blue Flag awarded beaches and many more seaside awards.
Interactive map of Pembrokeshire: explore and research the Pembrokeshire coastline - looking at beaches, things to do, places to stay, eat and visit.
The beautiful county of Pembrokeshire lies in the south-western corner of Wales and is its most popular destination for holidaymakers. With more than 185 miles of coastal trails meandering around the stunning coastline, along with spectacular scenery and award-winning beaches, there is something for everyone here.
Pembrokeshire offers the visitor a great variety of small towns, villages and even one city where you can discover fantastic independent shops, a bustling arts and crafts industry and lovely guesthouses, B&Bs and campsites to stay in. From St David's in the furthest south-west, designated the UK's smallest city due to its cathedral, to the seaside towns of Fishguard and Newport, there's lots to see and do.
Much of the area is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which was set up in 1952 to protect its beauty and the wildlife within it. The Park is unique for the United Kingdom in that it is predominately coastal.
Pembrokeshire is a paradise for wildlife lovers as it is unrivalled for its colonies of seabirds and marine life which cluster around the coves and cliffs at different times of the year. And if outdoors is what you've come to Pembrokeshire to explore, then there are a multitude of activities for you get involved in. Everything from walking the Park's coastal path, to surfing on the beaches at Newgale or Whitesands, cycling amongst the gentle hills or perhaps even trying out some horse riding or cliff-top golf!