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Dale beach

Unlike many Pembrokeshire beaches, Dale has mostly stones. There is plenty of parking and a few places to eat (with sea views). For disabled people, a couple of parking places are located right on the sea front.

Once a prosperous port (and smuggling centre), Dale is a very popular place for boating enthusiasts, and there is always something interesting to see from the beach. This ranges from small dinghies, yachts and windsurfers close by, to huge tankers in the distance negotiating the entrance to Milford Haven.

Windsurfing courses are available.

The beach front has a cafe and pubs as well as a shop.

Sea safaris run twice daily to the islands of Skomer and Skokholm.

There is another beach at West Dale, but it is only accessible via steep steps.



Dale beach, Pembrokeshire
Even in the late autumn, when this was taken, there are boats and
windsurfers on the sea
at Dale

The view from the seafront at Dale towards Milford Have, Pembrokeshire
Just relax and enjoy the view from Dale


HOW TO GET THERE

Use the B4327 from Haverfordwest or follow the Dale signs from Milford Haven.


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