Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
About Whitesands Beach
Traces of a 6th century chapel to St Patrick are buried beneath the dunes behind the beach. The beach is accessible to wheelchair users. A slipway provides easy access onto the sand and there are beach friendly wheel chairs available for hire. A cafe, shop and surf hire are located behind the beach and a full range of shops, cafes and other services are available in St Davids, just under 2 miles inland. The coastline here is rich in wildlife. A variety of sea birds, seals and porpoises are often spotted close to the shore here. Whitesands is a good base for short walks along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path or to the summit of nearby Carn Llidi, from where there are superb views.
Parking for 60 cars above the beach. Parking can be a problem during the height of summer, but the Celtic Coaster shuttle bus (summer only) from The Oriel y Parc car park on the edge of St David’s can take you to Whitesands.
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