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Lydstep Haven

This is a private beach owned by the caravan park of the same name, located between Tenby and Pembroke. There is a small charge for entry to Lydstep Haven if you are not staying at the park.


Refreshments, toilets and parking are available near the beach.

Lydstep Haven beach has rocks, shingle and some sand, especially at low tide.

Caverns in the wooded cliff are visible from the sea at Lydstep.


Visiting Caldey Island

Eating in Lydstep

Lydstep Beach Holiday Resort



Caldey Island dominates the horizon at Lydstep Lydstep Haven beach
It is called 'Haven' because it is sheltered by cliffs from the east . . . Lydstep beach
. . . and from the west Lydstep Haven beach



HOW TO GET THERE

Go through the gates at Lydstep Haven Holiday resort which is on the A4139 between Tenby and Pembroke.


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