All Places in Pendine
- Morfa Bychan beach near Pendine is a sandy beach with some pebbles, safe bathing and some rock pools to explore. The beach is surrounded by limestone cliffs and caves and looks out over Carmarthen Bay towards Tenby and Gower. There is some parking at the beach but the access road can be bad to access the beach so will need to walk. Options to walk are from Pendine beach at low tide, along with the coast path although this is a hilly walk. No facilities available at the beach but some available at nearby Pendine village. There is a beach called Black Rock Sands that is also known as Morfa Bychan in North Wales.
- Hoseasons Pendine Sands is superbly located park takes its name from the famous beach next door. It’s the perfect base for exploring glorious scenery in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. The fantastic facilities on park include an indoor pool nature trail pub with a beer garden and play area and children’s clubs from tots to teenagers, in short plenty to keep everyone happy! At the end of the day The Sands Restaurant and Showbar is the place to be for superb music live shows and family entertainment. The beach at Pendine has been the scene of many land speed records and is also great for exploring nearby Saundersfoot and the delights of the medieval walled town of Tenby. The nearby Oakwood Theme Park, the largest in Wales is an unmissable day out for the whole family. The beach at Pendine enjoys renown as the home of many land speed records and is also ideally situated for exploring nearby Saundersfoot and the delights of the medieval walled town of Tenby. The nearby Oakwood Theme Park – the largest in Wales offers an unmissable day out for the whole family. A choice of two and three bedroom caravans.TV with Freeview Kitchen including microwave Fridge/freezer (except Crychan) Shower Bed linen and duvets Beds made up for your arrival Additional sleeping for one/two in the lounge area Gas and electricity included Heating in lounge and bedrooms Cots cotsides and highchairs £10 each per week or short break Babies must be included in party total Group bookings may be subject to restrictions Pets £30pw or short break (max 2) (in specific caravans only – please check when booking) Non smoking accommodation available – please check when booking
- Pendine Sands beach is an 11 km (7 mile) stretch of flat sand within Carmarthen Bay that stretches from Gilman Point and the village of Pendine in the west to Laugharne Sands in the east. The beach can have some parts closed due to MoD restrictions. Due to the beaches length and flat firm sand, it was used for speed record attempts, with Malcolm Campbell (1924), J. G. Parry-Thomas (1926 & 27), Forresti in Djelmo (1927), Donald Campbell in 2000 and Guy Martin’s bicycle record. The size and flat nature of the beach make this beach very popular with land yachting, kite-buggying, power kiting and horse riding. Just to the West, you have the small bay of Morfa Bychan which is well worth the short walk. Facilities at the beach and in the village include parking, toilets, cafe, pubs, beach shops and seasonal lifeguards.