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Westdale

Close to the busy beach at Dale, Westdale is a haven that is inaccesible by car, though there is a small amount of parking nearby.


This sheltered beach is on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and is popular with local surfers.

Westdale is described as "Recommended" in the Marine Conservation Society's Good Beach Guide, 2010. We did not investigate the beach itself, though the view from the road is impressive.

The picture below shows as far as you can go in a car. The stile, however, leads to a footpath which goes down to Westdale. A small number of vehicles can park here.



Road  to Westdale, Pembrokeshire

Westdale Bay, Pembrokeshire
Westdale Bay from the road shown in the above picture.


HOW TO GET THERE

From Dale, follow the one-way road to the castle (clearly visible) and take the steep hill on the left
just past it. Alternatively, follow the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Westdale.


Dale beach

Pembrokeshire's cleanest beaches

More Pembrokeshire beaches

The Dale Peninsular

 

 

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