This sand and shingle beach runs on directly from Tenby’s South Beach with a beautiful view of Caldey Island. It is less visited than the main resort beaches.
The North beach at Tenby is a long sandy beach set against a backdrop of cliffs on one side and Tenby town and the picturesque harbour on the other.
The ancient ruins of Tenby Castle lie above this picturesque sandy cove situated between Castle Hill and the East Cliff with steep (and tidal) access.
Lydstep is a charming sand and shingle beach which enjoys an idyllic setting with dramatic views overlooking Caldey Island and backed by wooded cliffs.
A 20-30 minute boat trip from Tenby takes you to this beautiful, sandy beach on Caldey Island which is home to monks of the Cistercian Order.
A large, flat sandy beach with very shallow water, ideal for safe bathing popular with families. Adjacent to the beach is the attractive habour and the small seaside town.
Wiseman’s Bridge is between Saundersfoot and Amroth; the beach is wide with a rocky foreshore backed by a pebble bank.
A wide, sandy beach backed by low dunes and surrounding headland. The beach is popular for fishing and water sports, in particular surfing, sailing and swimming.
Amroth is a half mile long, flat, sandy beach with a huge expanse of sand at low tide for all sorts of beach games.
Six miles from Tenby, this beautiful sandy beach is popular with the surfers as well as families and is a dog friendly beach.
7 miles of golden sand at this popular resort beach with bathing, dramatic cliffs and rock pools. Renowned for its land speed record history.
A long, dune backed, beach popular with families, very close to the town. The beach and sea shore shelve very gently into clear water.
Coppet Hall is a wide sandy beach with lots of sand even at high tide and ideal for games at low tide when even more is revealed. A busy beach throughout the summer and with a large car park.
This is one of Pembrokeshire's most beautiful beaches, often described as the 'Jewel in the Crown'. The beach is backed by dunes and trees and is owned and managed by the National Trust. The beach is accessible only by the Coastal Path.