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Wiseman's Bridge

A Pembrokeshire beach for those who like their seaside a bit more interesting. As the picture below shows, Wiseman's Bridge beach changes from large rocks to sand in a few metres.

A limited number of cars can be parked overlooking the beach, and this is a geat place to observe the rolling waves and breakers in the winter or on a windy day.

A sea wall built in recent years ensures that the Wiseman's Bridge parking places are quite firm, and it is now easier to get onto the beach.

The Wiseman's Bridge Inn serves fod and is very popular with locals and visitors alike.

A public toilet is located near the bridge at the southern end of the beach.

A walk along the track of an old railway line takes you westwards from Wiseman's Bridge, through a short tunnel to the quiet beach at Coppet Hall, where another short tunnel connects with Saundersfoot. Another walk is through the woods from the bridge itself to the ironworks. For full details of these walks click on the Walking link on the right.

_ The beach at Wiseman's Bridge, Pembrokeshire
_Wiseman's Bridge beach, looking east towards (l to r) Amroth, Pendine Sands and the Gower

Looking to the west from Wiseman's Bridge, the rocks off Saundersfoot and Tenby Wiseman's Bridge beach

At the eastern end of the beach is this pub, and at the western end is the old railway tunnel, now a footpath to the sandy beaches at Coppet Hall and Saundersfoot
Wisemans Bridge Inn Tunnel to Coppet Hall

Accommodation close to Wiseman's Bridge

The industrial history of Wiseman's Bridge

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