Amroth beach is approximately 4km long south-facing beach and mostly sandy with a high water mark pebble bank.
Amroth is a small seaside village facing south out into the Bristol Channel on the southern tip of Pembrokeshire and is the southern start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
The beach is famous for its submerged forest, at very low tides tree stumps can be seen poking through the sand and fossilised antlers, nuts, animal bones and Neolithic flints have been discovered.
Car parks are in the village and at the west end of the beach. The beach caters for the disabled with specific parking along the sea-front and the beach is easily accessible via a slipway, also handy for boats. Shops are situated opposite the beach and a choice of restaurants, cafes and public houses nearby.
Amroth Beach is a Blue Flag Beach and has been awarded a regional Seaside Award.
Amroth beach, no dogs between 1st May to 30th September.
- Beach Water QualityWater samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as:
- Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest
- Good: generally good water quality
- Sufficient: meets minimum standards
- Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
- 7 Day Weather Forecast
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