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About Pendine Beach

Look west and you will find dramatic cliffs with a wealth of rock pools and wild cliff top paths - this area was used during World War II for practising the 'D-Day' landings! To the east, one of Wales’ longest sandy beaches, home to historic land speed records and a part time MOD firing range, stretches into the distance.
Toilets and parking adjacent to the beach; cafes, restaurants and shops just off the beach entrance. Lifeguard service provided 10:00 - 18:00 6 July to 1 September 2019. Dogs not allowed between the slipways May - end September.


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