Tenby North Beach is easy to spot if you are in Tenby, thanks to the iconic Goscar Rock that takes prominence in the centre of the strip. The multi-winning Blue-flag beach is one of the best-loved and most iconic in the UK and is tucked away between Tenby Harbour Beach and the striking North Cliffs. As the beach faces east, means that it catches the sun all day and feels warm even when the winds are high.
Tenby North Beach is regarded by many as being one of the loveliest in Pembrokeshire and is undoubtedly one of the most photographed spots along the coast. From Tenby North Beach, you can enjoy views across the stunning Carmarthen Bay.
At North Beach, you will find a long curve of clean sand, and as it backs onto the town, there is a range of restaurants, shops, pubs, and cafes within walking distance. North Beach is also a magnet for all types of water sports, such as Jet-skiing, which is easily accessed via a slipway from Tenby Harbour. Deckchairs can also be hired if you want to relax on the beach for the afternoon, and there is also a lifeguard service that runs from late June to September, which means that families can swim here with peace of mind.
You can use the scenic steps that lead down from the towering North Cliffs to access the beach. At this end of the beach, you can also utilise North beach pay and display car park where you can also use the Pay-by-Phone App. There is also a slope down to the beach on The Croft and The Norton junction. You can also walk through the delightful Tenby harbour to access the beach.
Tenby North Beach is very popular, mainly when the weather is fine, and you can expect some crowds, especially during the summer holidays. If you happen to be here at Christmas time, this is also the location for the famous Boxing Day Swim event.
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