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 [...]
Nearest Seaside Award Beaches Pembrokeshire
Seaside Award beaches in Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom. Unlike the Blue Flag beach award, each country also has its own seaside award to signify a good standard of beach and facilities. The awards evaluate a beach on water quality, information displays, environmental management, safety and services.
Below we list the current Pembrokeshire beaches that hold a Seaside Award.
Abereiddy Bay is a sand/shingle beach, however, at low tide you have fine, dark sand. The beach is popular for boating, surfing, canoeing and is a good spot for fossil Read more [...]
Freshwater East beach is a lovely crescent shaped sandy beach with dunes and woodland at the rear which form a local nature reserve and Red Sandstone cliffs on either side. It Read more [...]
Wisemans Bridge beach is a large sandy beach with large areas of flat rock. At high tide the beach disappears. Facilities include car park, pub and close-by are several caravan Read more [...]
Marloes Sands beach is a 2km long sandy beach that all but disappears at high tide when you are left with a pebble bank. Marloes Sands faces south east into Read more [...]
Broad Haven South beach is a crescent shaped beach with golden sand, popular with families and for surfing and bodyboarding. The beach is known for Church Rock which protrudes from the water Read more [...]
The beach at Sandy Haven is a large area of sand at low tide but all but disappears when the tide is high. Located on the North side of Milford 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 [...]
Westdale Bay close to the village of Dale with a footpath leading down a steep grassy bank to a sandy beach surrounded by cliffs. There are no facilities at the beach, but Read more [...]
Martins Haven beach is a small pebble beach. Facilities include a National Trust car park and toilets. This is a popular location for boats to Skomer Island and in partiocular 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 [...]
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 [...]