Wiseman’s Bridge beach is wide with a rocky foreshore backed by a pebble bank. Care is needed to get to the sea at low tide as you have to clamber over the rocks. A stream culvert cuts across the beach on the western end; it fans out across the beach and can be awkward to cross. It’s possible to walk all the way to Amroth or Saundersfoot along the beach at very low tide. The coast path follows the old tramway to Saundersfoot along an elevated sea wall and through some superb tunnels. Look out for an old mine entrance on the way.
Seaside Award beach. Toilet and pub with beach side restaurant; very limited parking on the edge of the road. Dogs are allowed.