Pembrokeshire's Beaches

‘Blue Flag’ Beaches and Quiet Havens

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts a wide variety of beaches, from large, easily accessible family beaches to more secluded havens.

Abermawr 4.5 miles
Best at low tide, Abermawr is a dark, sandy beach backed by a large pebble bank, marshes and woodland, with high cliffs to the South.
Goodwick Sands 6 miles
An accessible, sandy beach in the large, sheltered harbour of Goodwick.
Abereiddi Bay 7 miles
Abereiddy has parking and toilets and is an excellent base for exploring the coast, with the 'Blue Lagoon', Traeth Llyfn and sections of especially rugged coast to the North.
Newgale Sands 8 miles
Over 2 miles of 'Blue Flag' sandy beach, popular for all kinds of water and beach sports. Disabled toilets available.
Broad Haven 12 miles
Sheltered from the prevailing winds, yet a good beach for surfing.
Whitesands Bay 13 miles
2.5 miles NW of St Davids, this is another popular Blue Flag beach, surrounded by spectacular coastal scenery. Ideal for surfing at mid to high tides.
Newport Sands 13.5 miles
A flat, sandy beach backed by dunes, with easy access and nearby facilities.