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Freshwater East Beach

Formerly used by smugglers, Freshwater East is now popular with walkers, bathers and fishermen.

The lovely, quiet sandy beach is about half a mile long, and features a small stream suitable for youngsters to play in, shallow sea water, a boat slipway and caves. The east-facing beach is sheltered from the prevailing south-westerly winds.


Behind are sand dunes through which the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path climbs onto cliffs with magnificent views.

There is ample (pay and display) parking, toilets and a public phone box. Car parking for disabled people is provided close to the beach, with a level pathway onto the sand. Freshwater East beach is popular for canoe races and surfing.

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Freshwater East bay

Freshwater East beach

 


Stream near the beach Wild flowers  
Sandy beach Lovely beach at Freshwater East  



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HOW TO GET THERE

From the A477 Tenby to Pembroke road, take the Freshwater East turning by the railway bridge in Lamphey. Signs for the beach are clearly displayed a couple of miles down this road.


Chalets at Freshwater East

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