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Saundersfoot Beach is a stunning section of the Pembrokeshire Coast, and is a joy to explore.

Saundersfoot Beach is a joy, just like the village. The sun always seems to be shining and the waves are always crashing against the shore. It’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy the company of friends and family.

Picnics on the beach, fish n chips on the harbour wall, exploring coves, rock pools, paddling, swimming, sea fishing from the shoreline you will definitely want to spend more of your life in Saundersfoot. With shops, cafes, pubs and a host of facilities in the town along the beachfront, you are well catered for.

Saundersfoot Beach with in 10 mile of Tenby

Lifeguards are on duty on Saundersfoot Beach from June until early September.

Always say “Hello” to the RNLI lifeguards when you see him or her, as they have all of your information needed for an enjoyable day at the beach!

Saundersfoot Beach

The beach stretches for half a mile northwards from the harbour to Coppet Hall point. The views are extensive, with glimpses of sandy coves and cliffs along your trip as you make it farther south towards Monkstone Point or look out over Carmarthen Bay where there is plenty more scenery waiting in store!

Saundersfoot has plenty of parking, but this very popular village can become very busy at the height of the season. There is parking at Coppet Hall beach, just outside of Saundersfoot, which is just a short walk (500m) back along the beach to Saundersfoot.

Saundersfoot Beach

The Coppet, Wisemans and Amroth beaches are a stones throw away from where you’re standing. To the north is Pembrokeshire’s beautiful coast path which will take your breath away with its stunning views of crashing waves or serene stretches overlooking rolling hillsides whilst also connecting Saundersfoot to provide access for those who want more than just walking on sand between themselves!

Make the most of your holiday with your pooch on Saundersfoot Beach.

Ah, Saundersfoot Beach: a place of sandy bliss and stunning sea views. It’s the perfect spot to spend a summer day…unless you’re a dog. Unfortunately, canines are not allowed on the beach between 1st May and 30th September. This is to keep the environment clean and safe for everyone. Dogs must also be kept on a lead in the harbour and promenade areas for the same reason. So, if you’re planning on spending a day at Saundersfoot Beach with your furry friend, you’ll have to wait until the off-season. We hope you understand and enjoy your summer days at Saundersfoot Beach!

If you’re heading to Saundersfoot Beach for a day of sun, sea and sand, don’t forget to download the Pay by Phone app before you go.

That way, you can top up your parking without having to worry about getting back to your car. And with the app, it’s easy to extend your stay if you want to stay a while longer.