Top 10 Pembrokeshire Beaches

Here are The UK Beaches Guides top 10 Pembrokeshire beaches. Our rating is based on two factors: the amount each page is viewed and any reviews submitted.

1. Skrinkle Haven Beach, Tenby

Skrinkle Haven Beach.Skrinkle Haven beach is a small rocky bay surrounded by high cliffs with sand at low tide. Access to the beach is via steep steps with all the land in this area owned and managed by the National Tr...

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2. Llyfn Beach, St Davids

Llyfn Beach.Llyfn 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....

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3. Dale Beach, Dale

Dale Beach.Dale 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. ...

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4. Freshwater West Beach, Castlemartin

Freshwater West Beach.Freshwater West (also known as Fresh West) Beach is near Castlemartin, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The beach is a great unspoilt rural beach, approximately one mile long, with roc...

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5. Porthmelgan Beach, St Davids

Porthmelgan Beach.Porthmelgan beach is a remote beach on St David's Head overlooking Ramsay island. At high tide the beach is pebbles and large area of sand becomes visible as the tide goes out. The beach is shelter...

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6. Gelliswick Bay Beach, Milford Haven

Gelliswick Bay Beach.Gelliswick 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....

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7. Coppet Hall Beach, Saundersfoot

Coppet Hall Beach.Coppet Hall Beach is a small sandy beach with pebbles at high tide located in Saundersfoot Bay between the beaches of Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge. You can walk to Wiseman Beach through a clif...

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8. Newgale Sands Beach, St Davids

Newgale Sands Beach.Newgale 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...

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9. Tenby Beach, Tenby

Tenby Beach.Tenby 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. ...

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10. Amroth Beach, Amroth

Amroth Beach.Amroth beach is a long beach perfect for families. This south-facing beach is mostly sandy with a pebble bank. Amroth is a small seaside village on the southern tip of Pembrokeshire and is ...

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Blue Flag Beaches

In addition to this list of our top Pembrokeshire beaches, Pembrokeshire has 12 Blue Flag awarded beaches and many more seaside awards.


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