Grab your surfboard and sunbathing gear!

Pembrokeshire is renowned for it’s spectacular coastline and we’re lucky to have some of the UK’s finest beaches on our doorstep. 

Whether you like waves for surfing, acres and acres of golden sands backed by dunes like at Fresh Water West or wave cut platforms and streams to explore and rock pool like Manorbier. 

Pembrokeshire beaches have it all and with many beaches awarded for their clean waters and sands we are sure you will find your favourite !

Golden sands at beautiful Barafundle bay.
Stackpole - 11 miles


A golden, sandy beach backed by dunes, Barafundle is our favourite beach in Pembrokeshire. It has deservedly been voted one of the best beaches in

Tenby Castle Beach
Tenby - 5 miles

Castle Beach

Of the four beaches Tenby has to offer, Castle Beach is definitely the best option for sunbathing. Accessed via a slipway from the harbour, this

Freshwater West
Freshwater West - 15 miles

Freshwater West

Regarded as one of the best surfing spots in Wales, Freshwater West is a wonderful west-facing beach with sand, stones, a reef and huge dunes.

Manorbier in February
Manorbier - 4 miles

Manorbier Beach

Very popular with surfers and bodyboarders. The beach itself is stony when the tide is in, however an expanse of sand is revealed when the

Tenby South Beach
Tenby - 5 miles

South Beach

The largest of Tenby’s 4 beaches, South Beach is dune-backed and extends for almost a mile and a half, from Castle Beach in the north

West Angle Beach
Angle - 17 miles

West Angle Beach

When the tide is out, West Angle is an expansive sandy beach with rock pools to the south and rocky outcrops to the north. The