Stunning beaches abound - some with Blue Flags! most with car parking nearby.
Find out more about Wales award winning beachs.
Lydstep Beach Hoilday Village has it's own beach, it is a Blue Flag sandy / pebbly beach with cliffs at either end a slipway to cater for boat launches. There is a Smugglers Cave which can be explored even at high tide. Water quality is excellent and the beach offers swimming, angling, sub aqua, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing water skiing and power boating.
The South Beach is made up of two miles of golden sand, stretching from St Catherine's Island to Giltar Point. The beach is backed by sand dunes leading to the the oldest established golf course in Wales and looks out toward Caldey Island.
About halfway up the beach is a small path leading directly to Kiln Park Holiday Park.
North Beach comprises of a golden stretch of sandy beach, dotted with occasional rock pools and the prominent Goskar Rock. With quick access to Tenby this makes a great day out for the family.
The beach offers great views over Carmarthen Bay and is accessed via the steps from North Cliff.
Overlooked by medieval Manorbier Castle and the 12th Century church of St James.
Great for rockpooling with water quality "excellent". This beach is also good for swimming, canoeing and angling.
There is a cafe, disabled toilets and a large paying car park.
Voted best beach in Great Britain as well as one of the top 10 beached in the world.
This really is stunning and well worth a visit. With "excellent" water quality and a Seaside beach award this beach has no facilities but don't let that put you off!
Saundersfoot beach is very popular with plenty of facilities and is overlooked by Saundersfoot it's self.
Access is by a ramp from the carpark
There are many shops, pubs and cafes within a stone's throw as well as plenty of ice cream kiosks and shops.
This is a charming little village facilities include a large free car park, disabled toilets, a beach attendant during the summer, a shop, a chip shop, an ice cream kiosk and cafe plus several pubs selling food.
Castle Beach lies in the small cove between Castle Hill and the East Cliff. At low tide it is possible to walk out to St. Catherine's Island and to explore the many rock pools around the cliffs.
This is a beach awarded both the Blue Flag (2014) and the Seaside award.
This beach is a sandy beach but with rocks showing at low tide. Water quality is "good" and the beach was awarded a Seaside award.
Facilities are rather limited although there are disabled toilets and a nice pub for your lunch time requirements.
Cei Bach (Little Bay) is just to the north of Traethgwyn at New Quay and separated by that beach by the rocky promontory of Llanina point. In the last century, there was a church on the point that was washed away by the sea. There is limited on-road parking above the beach. Cei Bach is pet friendly all year
Lying between the two piers at New Quay, the Harbour beach is the area's most popular beach in the summer as it within close walking distance of the centre of New Quay where there are many self catering cottages and Guest Houses.
Poppit Sands is a very wide sandy beach at the estuary of the River Teifi near Cardigan in Wales. It is close to St Dogmaels and the northern end of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path starts there. The area is a gathering spot for surfers and kite flying. The seasonal Poppit Rocket bus calls at Poppit Sands.
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