Pembrokeshire has 58 stunning beaches and a coastline that is part of a national park.
Freshwater West. This wild remote beach can be found along the B4319 and is a surfers paradise – plenty of camper vans here when the surf is up and the sun is out! The Welsh National Surfing Championships are often held here. The huge beach has sand and rocky sections at the southern end, and […]Read More
Newport Parrog and Sands As the River Nevern meanders its way to the shore it has created two wonderful beaches – great places for people and dogs. The Sands have 1.5 miles of sand on the north side of the river, toilets, a kiosk, parking on and off the beach and are near a golf […]Read More
The sunset beach. This cove is another delightful find, but for very different reasons than my absolute favourite…yes the one that can only be reached through the rip in the space/time continuum. This lovely place is reached down a long lane, left off the A487 just passed Dinas. Pwll Gwaelod has a pub/restaurant and […]Read More
Kitty’s favourite. There are so many beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire that choosing a favourite should be near impossible. And yet, so far, I have one. I was quite happy to do this… to tell you all about the clear crystal water, the gentle slope into safe swimming, the almost Mediterranean feel of the bay, and […]Read More
A family favourite. Half way along St. Bride’s bay is the tiny hamlet and cove of Nolton Haven – the picturesque beach nestled between two craggy headlands belies its industrial history. This was the centre for coal mining in the area and large vessels would beach here for the coal to be loaded from carts […]Read More
With my partner and dogs we set off on a pleasant but frequent walk along the coastal path. The afternoon began on the path above Aber Mawr and ended at Abercastle – then we would retrace our steps back to the car in a sheltered lane. It was the summer of 2016 and the weather […]Read More
My favourite beach. On arrival in Pembrokeshire excitement increases as you anticipate that first glimpse of the dramatic coastline at Newgale. Approaching from the south over top the brow of the hill and Newgale’s northern end suddenly comes into view – it’s heartlifting! It’s stunning at any time of the day or season of the […]Read More