All Places in Pembrokeshire
- St. David’s Lifeboat Station is situated on the spectacular south-west Wales coastline, close to Britain’s smallest city of St David’s in Pembrokeshire. The lifeboat station has been in operation for 140 years and its crews have been awarded many times for gallantry. They currently have two lifeboats and cover an area of 550 square miles, from Skomer Island in the south to Abermawr in the north. The station opens its doors in the summer months to visitors.
- Barafundle Bay beach is sheltered golden sands nestled between limestone headlands backed by dunes and woodland. The approach is part of the visit with woods and then an arch and steps down to the beach. Owned by the National Trust this is a good family beach with safe swimming, good sand for traditional games and woodlands to explore. Barafundle has been voted many times as one of the best beaches in Britain but regardless it should be on your visit list when visiting Pembrokeshire and you can make up your own mind. Access only by foot but well worth the 10 minute walk along the cliffs from the car park at Stackpole Quay which is where you have toilets and cafe.
- Swanlake Bay beach is like a lot of the beaches in this area of Pembrokeshire; a secluded shingle beach with sand exposed at low tide surrounded by cliffs. Swanlake Bay Beach is popular for swimming, fishing and walking. No parking near the beach but there is parking at nearby farm. Swanlake Bay is not an official naturist beach, but there are some naturists who use it.
- South Bishop Lighthouse (also known as Emsger) is situated on a outcrop of rock in St George’s Channel 4¾ miles south west of St David’s Head, Pembrokeshire. The lighthouse was built in 1839 and acts primarily as a waymark for vessels navigating offshore and secondly to assist vessels navigating around the Bishops and Clerks.
- Pwllgwaelod beach is small cove with dark sand and shingle that looks out across Fishguard Bay. There are low rocks on both sides with rockpools to explore. Facilities include car parking, toilets, pub and slipway.You can walk to Cwm yr Eglwys on the other side of Dinas island.