Barafundle 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 beach.
Good family beach with safe swimming, good sand for traditional games and woodlands to explore.
Owned by the National Trust.
Access only by foot but well worth the 10 minute walk along the cliffs from the car park at Stackpole Quay.
At the car park you have toilets and cafe.