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Pembrokeshire Beach Guide
< Freshwater West
The setting for the Welsh National Surf Championships this beach is very popular with surfers and windsailers. Strong under-currents & quicksand may make this beach unsuitable for families, however views and wildlife are good. Facilities & parking.
Popular for surfing this beach is popular with families with parking (charged) and facilities. Overlooked by the medieval castle, the beach has rockpools & easy access to the coastal path, where a stone cromlech known as the Kings Quoit lies.
< Stackpole Quay
Famous geographically for its folding layers of Carboniferous Limestone. This pretty quay is always bustling in the summer months. It has good facilities and a cafe. Nearby is Barafundle beach.
A large expanse of golden sands at low tide with sand dunes and rockpools. A good family beach with parking (charged) and facilities. Church rock, a limestone stack and the Bosherston Lily Pools nearby make this beach a winner.
An award winning beach with golden sands & deep blue waters, Barafundle is 'the beach' to go to! It is a sheltered suntrap with sand dunes & spectacular views from the coastal path on the walk to the beach. Parking (charged) at Stackpole Quay, where there are facilities & a cafe.