Beaches of Pembrokeshire.



A picturesque Roman-built harbour, once used for coal and timber as a port. Now popular with walkers as a pretty place to take a break, by recreational sailors and local fishermen. The slipway is ideal for launching kayaks and canoes. To the east is an ideal place for beginner rock climbers to practice. The shingle beach is completely covered at high tide and it is not really suitable for bathing.

The old St Davids gasworks building in the small car park has toilets, but any other facilities must be found in nearby St Davids.


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Suzanne Ashworth

Suzanne Ashworth

Suzanne is now enjoying realising her long-held ambition to work as a Community Photojournalist and to celebrate her passion for the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire. Usually accompanied by her Pembrokeshire border collie, Cwtch.

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