Saundersfoot Beach like the village is a joy.
This stunning section of the Pembrokeshire coast has a lot to offer in all directions.
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.
The Harbour also has a host of facilities offering fishing trips during the summer, cafes, restaurants and public toilets and drinking water available.
Lifeguards patrol from late June until early September. Always say 'Hello' to the Lifeguards. They have all the information you need to make your day enjoyable and safe.
The beach itself stretches for half a mile northwards from the harbour to Coppet Hall point. The views from Saundersfoot are extensive. Following the cliffs south along Glen Beach to Monkstone Point, looking across Carmarthen Bay to worm’s Head on the Gower Peninsula or out across the Bristol Channel to North Devon, you have plenty to gaze at.
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.
A short walk to the north, along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, is the hamlet of Wisemans Bridge which is linked to Saundersfoot by a cliff tunnel. Or at low tide you can walk to Amroth Beach, crossing Coppet Beach and Wisemans Bridge beach. Always check our tide timetable.
Saundersfoot Beach has been awarded a Blue Flag for its cleanliness and safety.
Dog restrictions apply on Saundersfoot beach at certain times of the year.
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Chobbles Olde Sweet Shoppe, The Strand, Saundersfoot, Wales SA69 9EW, United Kingdom