Coppet Hall Beach is a small sandy beach with pebbles at high tide located in Saundersfoot Bay between the beaches of Saundersfoot and Wiseman’s Bridge. You can walk to Wiseman Read more [...]
Blue Flag beaches in Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom, the Blue Flag award is a prestigious, international award scheme that aims to provide an assurance to tourists that a beach has met a minimum standard. To collect a Blue Flag any UK and Ireland beach must achieve the highest quality of water, facilities, safety, environmental education and management.
Below we list the current Pembrokeshire beaches holding the Blue Flag award.
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 Read more [...]
Dale beach is a mixture of shingle and muddy sand. Dale is a small village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, West Wales. Located on the Dale Read more [...]
Whitesands beach is one of the most popular sandy beaches in Pembrokeshire, and this west facing beach is also known as Porth Mawr. In the summer it can get quite Read more [...]
Tenby Castle Beach is within a cove between the Castle and the East Cliff, with the beach being sheltered by the cliffs. This is the smallest of the Tenby beaches and Read more [...]
Tenby northern beaches are split into two; the north beach and harbour beach. Harbour beach is a small area of sand within the harbour and at high tide boat trips Read more [...]
The South beach at Tenby is roughly 2km of sand backed by sand dunes, The beach is one long stretch but the northern end is referred to as Castle Beach Read more [...]
Saundersfoot beach is a large flat sandy beach next to the harbour in a nice seaside town on the beautiful south Pembrokeshire coast. Even at high tide you still have sand Read more [...]
Poppit Sands beach is a sandy beach backed by sand dunes. Located on the west side of the Teifi Estuary this beach massively grows in size as the tide goes Read more [...]
Newgale Sands is nearly 3 km long, backed with a high tide pebble bank. At high water most of the beach is completely submerged but at other times a glorious Read more [...]
Lydstep beach is also known as Lydstep Haven, a well protected beach due to the horseshoe shape and limestone headlands. The beach is a mix of sand, shingle and rocks. Read more [...]