Stunning beaches abound - some with Blue Flags, most with car parking nearby.
Find out more about Wales’ award-winning beaches.
Lydstep Beach - is a Blue Flag sandy/pebbly beach with cliffs at either end and a slipway to cater for boat launches. This beach has caves, dramatic views of Caldey Island too.
South Beach - is made up of two miles of golden sand, stretching from St Catherine's Island to Giltar Point, backed by soft sand dunes. The area closest to Tenby town is the most popular part of the beach but if you walk a little further along towards the east end you will be able to find a less crowded spot.
Tenby North Beach - comprises of a golden stretch of sandy beach, dotted with occasional rock pools and the prominent Goskar Rock. This beach catches the sun all day and feels warm even when the winds are high. Tenby is close backs onto the beach with a range of restaurants, shops, pubs, and cafes within easy walking distance. As you look out to sea from Tenby North Beach you will be able to enjoy views across stunning Carmarthen Bay.
With this in mind, you can expect a typical picture postcard seaside setting at Tenby North Beach.
Manorbier Beach - is overlooked by medieval Manorbier Castle and the 12th Century church of St James.
Barafundle Bay - Voted best beach in Great Britain as well as one of the top 10 beaches in the world.
Saundersfoot Beach - is very popular as it has plenty of facilities and is overlooked by Saundersfoot itself.
Amroth Beach - is a charming little village. Facilities include a large free car park and disabled toilets.
Wiseman's Bridge Beach - is a sandy beach but with rocks showing at low tide.
Cei Bach (Little Bay) - is just to the north of Traethgwyn at New Quay and is separated from that beach by the rocky promontory.
New Quay Harbour Beach - Lying between the two piers at New Quay, Harbour beach is the area's most popular beach in the summer.