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Pembrokeshire's best beaches

Pembrokeshire has many sandy beaches and a clear blue sea. Because of the geology of the county, every beach is quite different. In the space of a few miles you can find dunes, spectacular rock formations, gently sloping sands, steeply shelving shingle and rock caves.

Most beaches are easily accessible, whilst some require walking and climbing. Follow the links to see which beach is best for you.

Amroth
Broad Haven
Caldey Island (just a picture)
Coppet Hall
Dale
Freshwater East
Little Haven

Lydstep Haven
Manorbier
Martins Haven
Newgale

Pwllgwaelod
Sandy Haven

Saundersfoot
St Bride's Haven

Tenby
Westdale Bay
Whitesands Bay
Wiseman's Bridge

Lists of award-winning beaches in Pembrokeshire (Good Beach Guide and Blue Flag Awards).


Pembrokeshire beaches

Pembrokeshire's beaches are ideal for family holidays. There are beaches for sunbathing, beaches for surfing and beaches for paddling and swimming.Several beaches have slipways for launching small boats.


The beaches in Pembrokshire regularly win awards for being amongst the cleanest in Britain (see link above to find out which are the best beaches).

 

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