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 cliff tunnel. The beach is popular for swimming, windsurfing, sailing and fishing. Facilities include car park and read more
Musselwick Sands beach is a strip of golden sands with views of St. Davids Peninsula. The sand disappears at high tide but this beach is quiet and secluded due to the difficult access. Limited roadside parking and then roughly a 10 minute walk. To get down on to the beach read more
Swanlake Bay beach is like a lot of the beaches in this area of Pembrokeshire; a secluded shingle beach with sand exposed at low tide surrounded by cliffs. Swanlake Bay Beach is popular for swimming, fishing and walking. No parking near the beach but there is parking at nearby farm. read more
Parrog beach is a small beach with mainly pebbles and rock pools and some sand at low tide. The beach is separated from the much larger Newport Sands by the estuary of the River Nevern. Parrog is not a great swimming beach as the currents can be unpredictable. Car parking, read more
Cwm yr Eglwys beach is a shingle and pebble beach with rock pools, located within a small sheltered cove on the north side of the Dinas Head peninsula. Facilities include limited parking, slipway and toilets.
Broad Haven South beach is a crescent shaped beach with golden sand, popular with families and for surfing and bodyboarding. The beach is known for Church Rock which protrudes from the water and is backed by sand dunes and expansive National Trust woodland and Lily Ponds. Facilities include car park, toilets and if read more
Amroth beach is a long south-facing beach is mostly sandy with a pebble bank. Amroth is a small seaside village on the southern tip of Pembrokeshire and is the southern start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The beach is famous for its submerged forest, at very low tides tree stumps read more
Abereiddy Bay is a pebble beach made up mainly of shingle, however, at low tide, fine, dark sand is revealed. The beach is popular for boating, surfing, canoeing and is a good spot for fossil hunting. You also have the lagoon which is a favourite for adventure groups. Abereiddy is read more
Abercastle beach is a sheltered sand and shingle beach within a small picturesque cove and fishing village. Popular with divers, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and angling. Facilities include limited car parking, toilets and slipway.
Broad Haven beach is sand with views across St. Brides Bay and is popular with families. At high tide you have a narrow strip of sandy and pebble beach but as the tide goes out you get a large expanse of sand. If the tide is out you can walk round read more
Druidston Haven beach is a secluded sand and pebble surrounded by high cliffs. You need to be a little careful with the tides as the beach splits into smaller coves as the tides comes in. The beach is very popular for horse riding and you may well encounter horses on read more
Porthmelgan beach is a remote beach on St David’s Head overlooking Ramsay island. At high tide the beach is pebbles but sand becomes visible as the tide goes out. The beach is sheltered by rocky cliffs and a large stream cuts across the beach. Porthmelgan beach is a popular choice rather read more