Stunning beaches abound - some with Blue Flags! Most with car parking nearby.
Find out more about Wales’ award winning beaches.
Lydstep Beach Hoilday Village - has it's own beach. There is even a Smugglers Cave (not in use) which can be explored, even at high tide. The beach is a Blue Flag sandy/pebbly beach, there are cliffs at one end of the beach and a slipway in the centre to cater for boat launches.
The water quality is excellent and the beach offers sailing, swimming, sub aqua, angling, canoeing, windsurfing, water skiing and power boating.
South Beach Tenby - which can be found from Kiln Park by taking the beach path or by the steps from Tenby, consists of 2 miles of golden sands..
North Beach Tenby - is a small sandy beach close to all the facilities with Goskar Rock at it's center.
Manorbier Beach - overlooked by medieval Manorbier Castle and the 12th Century church of St James. Manorbier Beach makes a great day. There is a sandy beach and, when the tide goes out, you will find rockpools.
Barafundle Beach - voted best beach in Great Britain as well as one of the top 10 beaches in the World.
This really is a stunning beach and is well worth the walk from the car park. With "excellent" water quality plus a Seaside Beach Award, this beach has no facilities but please don't let that put you off a visit.
Saundersfoot Beach - is a large and very popular beach with plenty of facilities. Overlooked by Saundersfoot itself, the beach is accessed by a ramp next to a beach shop and there is a large car park nearby.
Amroth Beach - is close to the charming little village of Amroth - facilities include a large free car park, a beach attendant during the summer, pubs offering food and drink, a chip shop and even an ice cream kiosk and cafe.
Castle Beach, Tenby - has a sandy beach and lies in the small cove between Castle Hill and the East Cliff, very close to Tenby itself. At low tide it is sometimes possible to walk out to St. Catherine's Island (as seen in the photo above) and so explore the many rock pools around the cliffs.