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Place Category: Beaches
The South beach at Tenby is roughly 2km of sand backed by sand dunes, The beach is one long stretch but the northern end is referred to as Castle Beach at St. Catherine’s Island and the southern end is Penally Beach at Giltar Point.
The South beach is less commercialised than Tenby’s North beach but still provides an excellent family beach. At low tide you have a massive expanse of beach but even at high tide plenty of beach space exists.
Facilities include parking, toilets (disables access), lifeguards in the summer and at the northern end several shops and and hire facilities.
Dog restrictions between 1st May and 30th September
No water quality measurement available for Tenby South Beach.
Photos from around the surrounding area