Saundersfoot

This is a charming little village about seven miles from Tenby with a large sandy beach interspersed with rocks to explore. The beach is punctuated with groynes to protect it from the winter storms but is still lovely, deserving both it's

This beach is fifteen miles from Tenby but was voted best beach in Great Britain as well as one of the top 10 beached in the world! This really is stunning and well worth a visit. With "excellent" water quality and a Seaside beach award this beach has no facilities but don't let that put you off!
Owned by the National Trust, the car park is half a mile away so the walk down to Barafundle is unsuitable for buggies or wheelchairs. The car park is in Stackpole where there are cafe, toilets and shops. This is a dog friendly Pembrokeshire beach!

In recent years Tenby has been awarded many Blue Flag awards in recognition of its clean beaches and water. In 2011, the North Beach, the Castle Beach and the South Beach all received a Blue Flag Award and Pembrokeshire's beaches received a total of 13 Blue Flag awards, supporting the view that the area is one of the cleanest holiday destinations not just in Wales, but the entire UK. The other winning beaches in Pembrokeshire were: Amroth, Braod Haven (North), Coppet Hall, Dale, Lydstep, Newgale, Newport, Poppit Sands, White Sands and finally Saundersfoot.
As Pembrokeshire's main holiday resort, Tenby is proud of its a high standard of beaches, offering plenty of facilities and boasting various ...

Tenby Castle BeachCastle Beach lies in the small cove between Castle Hill and the East Cliff. At low tide it is possible to walk out to St. Catherine's Island and to explore the many rock pools around the cliffs. This is a beach awarded both the

This sandy beach is just four miles from Tenby (with access to Saundersfoot village) and is deserved of both it's

Ten miles from Tenby this wide sandy beach is very popular for water sports including surfing, sailing and swimming as well as boat owners, divers and fishermen. This is a less commercial beach than many so amenities are limited. However, water quality is deemed "excellent" and there is a car park (charges may apply). disabled toilets and a holiday park just opposite with a shop, cafe and pub.
This is a dog friendly beach.

Tenby Harbour BeachThe Harbour Beach is found nestling at the rear of the Harbour, amongst an assortment of small fishing boats. A steep slipway or a variety of steps lead back to the town on either side of the beach, or you may choose to stroll along the promenade to under the cliffs to the North Beach.
Harbour beach is a short walk from Tenby town centre, and provides toilets and café facilities. Also in the Harbour area you will discover Tenby Sailing Club and the small Fishermen's Chapel. At high tide, a variety of boat trips run from the Harbour, to Caldey Island or fishing / sightseeing trips.
Between the period 1st May to 30th September, dogs are banned from the harbour beach.

Just four miles from Tenby this beautiful sheltered beach is privately owned but you can pay admission to enjoy it's facilities. It is a

Six miles from Tenby this beautiful sandy beach is popular with the surfers as well as families and is officially a dog friendly beach with no restrictions! Overlooked by medieval Manorbier Castle and the 12th Century church of St James, the beach is home to a stone cromlech known as the King's Quoit.
Great for rockpooling with water quality "excellent". This beach is also good for swimming, canoeing and angling. There is a cafe, disabled toilets and a large paying car park. You can walk from Tenby to Manorbier on the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path but make sure you have your walking shoes on and no fear of heights!

Only two miles from Tenby this is a beautiful stretch of sand but unsuitable for families as the entrance is down very steep steps. Entrance is through Trevayne Farm off the B4316 near New Hedges and there is a fee for parking. Water quality is excellent but bathing is not advised. Quiet and picturesque!

North Beach comprises of a golden stretch of sandy beach, dotted with occasional rock pools and the prominent Goskar Rock. Found between the Harbour Beach and the North Cliffs, the beach is overlooked by a promenade and Tenby town itself. The beach offers great views over Carmarthen Bay and is accessed via the steps from North Cliff or through the Harbour. During the summer this beach is often crowded due to its popularity and ease of access.
The beach holds a Blue Flag award and the water quality is excellent, complying with EC guideline standards. Dogs are banned from the beach from May to September.
Situated just above the beach, is a shop, café, toilets, and various hire facilities. A lifeguard service operates in summer daily (10am-6pm) and there is a Tourist Information Centre above the beach, along the promenade.
Between the period 1st May to 30th September, all dogs on the North Beach should be kept on a lead.

Tenby North BeachNorth Beach comprises of a golden stretch of sandy beach, dotted with occasional rock pools and the prominent Goskar Rock. Found between the Harbour Beach and the North Cliffs, the beach is overlooked by a promenade and Tenby town itself. The beach offers great views over Carmarthen Bay and is accessed via the steps from North Cliff or through the Harbour. During the summer this beach is often crowded due to its popularity and ease of access.
The beach holds a

Penally beach is situated at the other end of the South Beach, Tenby and is quieter and less busy but this is because there are very few facilities. There is a free car park and diabled toilets . It has a Seaside beach award, is great for swimming and angling and the good news is that dogs are welcome.

This is the beautiful sandy beach on Caldey that you can see from Tenby. You can access Caldey via the Caldey boats which leave the harbour every day (except Sunday). There are no facilities actually on the beach but there is a cafe, shop and toilets just a short walk away. Water quality is excellent.
Dogs are welcome but must remain on a lead.

Less than three miles from Tenby, Saundersfoot beach is very popular with plenty of facilities. This is a sandy beach with both the

Tenby South BeachThe South Beach is made up of two miles of golden sand, stretching from St Catherine's Island to Giltar Point. The beach is backed by sand dunes leading to the the oldest established golf course in Wales and looks out toward Caldey Island. The South Beach has won a Tidy Britain Group Seaside Award as well as the well respected Blue Flag.
At the north end of the beach can be found hire facilities, toilets (with disabled access) and a car park. A new complex is currently under construction so facilities are currently limited. Lifeguards operate daily (10am-6pm) throughout the summer.
Between the period 1st May to 30th September, dogs should be kept on a lead on the area of the South Beach nearest the town, however no restrictions apply on t ...

This beach is just under five miles from Tenby and is a sandy beach but with rocks showing at low tide. Water quality is "good" and the beach was awarded a Seaside award for 2011. Facilities are rather limited although there are disabled toilets and a nice pub for your lunch time requirements. Bathing and angling are fine but there is little else.
Dogs are allowed on this beach.