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Amroth Beach

Amroth beach is a long, south facing beach of stones and sand, separated from the road by a sea wall, and is popular with families. There are many caravan and chalet sites locally, including one located in an 18th century castle built on the site of a Norman fortress just yards from the sea.


A few small shops at one end of the beach offer refreshments, and there is a public toilet with facilities for disabled people.

Dog access to Amroth beach is restricted during the summer months.

Watersports are popular; there is a slipway. Parking is free.

There is a lifeguard during the school summer holidays.

Close to Amroth is the lovely Colby Woodland Gardens.



The pictures below were taken in October 2009.

The beach at Amroth, Pembrokeshire
Amroth beach, looking East

Amroth
The view westward from Amroth beach


HOW TO GET THERE

Amroth is well signposted from the main A477 St Clears to Pembroke road.

 

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