Pembrokeshire beaches

With the sun beating down, what could be better than a day out at the beach? But which one to choose? Luckily, there’s more than 50 beautiful Pembrokeshire beaches to pick from…

Award winning beaches

The beaches around our coast are among the cleanest and best in Britain – and have been awarded countless Blue Flags to prove it! Blue Flag status is awarded to beaches that meet the highest water quality standards and safety and boast high quality amenities.

And, of course, one of the county’s finest beaches is right on our doorstep…Amroth Beach! Take a look at the video below and imagine yourself here, soaking up the summer sun…

Amroth Beach - Blue Flag

The start or finish of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Amroth Beach is a real hidden gem. Amroth Castle is based alongside this golden, sandy beach which is perfect for games and relaxing in the sun. There’s lifeguard cover in the peak months for extra peace of mind.

Saundersfoot Beach - <strong>Blue Flag</strong>

Saundersfoot Beach - Blue Flag

Just a short drive from Amroth Castle is Saundersfoot beach. This popular sandy beach is wide, flat and packed full of all the amenities you’d need. It’s a great spot for swimming, sun bathing and beach fun and games. It’s also home to local events such as the World Cawl Cooking Championships!

Barafundle Bay

Barafundle Bay

Voted one of the best beaches in the UK (and indeed the world!), Barafundle Bay boasts golden sandy and crystal clear waters. Accessible only by a half-mile walk and with no facilities, this beach is all about its natural beauty. Café and toilets at nearby Stackpole Quay and Stackpole village has a pub serving meals - definitely worth a visit!

Tenby South Beach - Blue Flag

On a summer’s day there are few better places to be than Tenby’s South beach. Just a short drive from our holiday park, the popular resort of Tenby is a fantastic place to visit and its stunning beaches are its centrepiece. At a mile and a half long this dune-backed beach is the perfect playground for families.

Freshwater West

Freshwater West

If you love surfing then head over to Freshwater West beach which is renowned as something of a surfer’s paradise. This south westerly-facing beach benefits from some of the best waves in the county! The is a great place for long walks and as the backdrop in in several films, include Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Manorbier Beach

Manorbier Beach

Manorbier beach is a sandy, dune-backed beach and is a popular spot for surfers. It does have some strong currents so please check tide times before you venture out! Great for rock pooling, this beach is also good for swimming, canoeing and angling. There is a cafe, disabled toilets and a pay car park. If you love walking you can also walk to Tenby on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path!

Whitesands Beach

Whitesands Beach is widely regarded as one of the best surfing beaches in Wales and such is very popular. Whitesands is overlooked by the imposing craggy hill of Carn Llidl and this wide expanse curves north towards the remote rock headland of St Davids Head. This really is a beautiful stretch and ideal for walks and picnics.

Pendine Sands

Pendine Sands

Pendine Sands is the famous stretch of beach where Sir Malcom Campbell first set the World Land Speed Record in 1924. And, while you may not have any ambition to do the same on this stretch of beach, it is a fantastic location for long walks. Pendine also boasts a small array of shops and the Museum Of Speed here is also well worth a visit.

Marloes Sands

Marloes Sands

Head west to Marloes Sands and you’ll be bowled over. With its impressive cliff faces towering over the beach, Marloes is a fantastic place to explore at low tide. The rock strata has divided up parts of the beach into mini bays, so there’s plenty of scope for exploring the many crevices and rock pools, if you don’t mind a ramble.

Newgale Beach - <strong>Blue Flag</strong>

Newgale Beach - Blue Flag

There are so many fantastic Pembrokeshire beaches it's hard to know which ones to leave off our list. Newgale Beach, although a fair drive from our park, is one that has to be on there, however. As you drive into the small village you are met by a wall of cobble stones – but over this lies a huge expanse of sandy beach. Take a walk along this enormous 2-mile stretch of beach, right down to the southern end to find a walk-through cave and numerous sheltered bays.

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