Stunning beaches abound - some with Blue Flags! most with car parking nearby.
Find out more about Wales award winning beachs.
Lydstep Beach is a Blue Flag sandy / pebbly beach with cliffs at either end a slipway to cater for boat launches.
South Beach is made up of two miles of golden sand, stretching from St Catherine's Island to Giltar Point.
North Beach comprises of a golden stretch of sandy beach, dotted with occasional rock pools and the prominent Goskar Rock.
Saundersfoot beach is very popular with plenty of facilities and is overlooked by Saundersfoot it's self.
Amroth Beach is a charming little village facilities include a large free car park, disabled toilets.
Cei Bach (Little Bay) is just to the north of Traethgwyn at New Quay and separated by that beach by the rocky promontory.
New Quay Harbour Beach Lying between the two piers at New Quay, the Harbour beach is the area's most popular beach in the summer.
Stayed in a Deluxe caravan at Monmouth 37 in QuayWest. Great sea views on this park. Van was clean and pretty well equipped. Didn’t use the park facilities or outside restaurant as a bit expensive but a couple of nice chippies and a Chinese takeaway near harbour. There’s also a small supermarket on the way to the harbour which is cheaper to shop at. Struggled to find a pick-nick bench but there was one on bottom of park by the short cut to the harbour. Beautiful view there over the bay where we sat with a bottle of wine. There’s also a nice woodland walk down to the beach in the park. Watch the tides though. Take a trip to Aberporth and Aberaeron if you are staying in Newquay. We had a nice stay.
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