Tenby's South Beach is a stunning flat beach curving around the Pembrokeshire coastline for over 2km towards Giltar Point.
We feature this in one of our walks HERE.
This is a really popular beach with families, as south beach car park allows you to park right next to the beach.
This beach has great access, as a ramp from the car park takes you right onto the beach, so perfect for anyone with pushchairs or wheelchairs.
With fabulous facilities, such as Saltys restaurant and bar, cafe, toilets and the town only a 5-minute stroll up above you, you will have everything close by for the perfect day on the beach.
The location is stunning. With uninterrupted views of Caldey Island, sand dunes following the curve of beach to Giltar Point on one side, and dramatic rocks and cliffs on the other, you have a lot to explore and look at.
During the height of the season when Tenby is bustling and the beaches are full of people loving life, you can always find a bit of space by walking further along South beach where you will have a bit more peace and quiet.
At low tide, times found HERE, the beach joins up with Castle Beach to open up and bring together a beautiful new stretch of beach linking you to the other side of town and a whole new set of facilities.
The beach slopes gently down into the sea making swimming and exploring safe. There are lifeguards close by (from Easter until early September (10 am - 6 pm)) looking out for you.
The lifeguards would love it if you approached them and had a chat. They are experts on how to stay safe and make you aware of any hidden dangers.
Tenby is a town that loves dogs, but restrictions do apply to some of the beaches. South beach is dog friendly, but keep dogs from straying onto Castle beach when the tide is out and they are connected.
South Beach has been awarded a Blue Flag for its cleanliness and safety.
For beaches around Tenby just click HERE
10 Esplanade, Tenby, SA70 7DU, United Kingdom