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 Some of our favourite Pembrokeshire Beaches 


A glorious sweep of pale sand, with views out to Ramsey Island and beyond.  


Great for surfing, sun bathing, or just watching the world. Ideal family beach with café and shop/toilets in the large car park. 


Catch this at low tide and be spellbound by the sun setting beyond the unusual rock formations that glow with the setting rays.


Easy to get to from National Trust car park, ideal stop off on coastal walk around the peninsula. 


photo by Carnachenwen Mathry


A real traditional beach destination. Shallow waters lap along a wide expanse of golden sand.


Rock pools at low tide, ice cream on the harbour wall, paddling in the waves.


A special place in our hearts. 

Freshwater West

A long, dramatic sweep of sand with dunes and reeds behind it and waves crashing in on the tideline.


A favourite for surfers and photographers and the home of the Café Mor beach food shack (superb!!!) 

Barafundle Bay

This could be mistaken for the Caribbean!


Part of the National Trust Stackpole Estate, only accessible on foot along the coastal path.


A golden bay of shallow crystal clear water that is a perfect place for a long, relaxing picnic. 

Traeth Llyfn

Dramatic geology and clear waters define this spot on the Northern Pembrokeshire coastline.

Consistently rated as one of the top beach destinations in our county.

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