Broadhaven South Beach is a beautiful expansive sandy beach stretching along the Pembrokeshire coastline.
Walking through the dunes to Bosherston Lakes gives you a complete contrast to the beach.
The beach is not accessible for anyone with a pushchair or wheelchair as steep steps lead you through the dunes down to the soft powdery sand.
There is ample pay-and-display parking above the beach. Alternatively park in nearby Bosherton village and walk for 1.5 km alongside the lily ponds onto the beach. This is a beautiful walk alongside the freshwater lakes, which if timed right, will reward you with a spectacular show of lilies. The lakes are packed with wildlife and fauna with several routes to explore.At low tide - see tide times HERE - the beach stretches out for what looks like miles opening up an expansive playground that rarely feels crowded.
With lots of rockpools and caves to explore your day at Broadhaven South will be fun.
A lifeguard is present in the summer months as this beach is very popular with families.
With public toilets at the car park and Bosherton Village nearby which has cafes, pubs, and shops, you have all the amenities for that perfect family day out.
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Broadhaven South, Pembroke, Wales SA71 5DZ, United Kingdom