Aberbach (St.Nicholas) – A small pebble beach near Mathry and Fishguard
Abercastle – A long narrow shingle beach near Trefin and St Davids
Abereiddy – A pebbled beach with very dark sand made from grey slate near St Davids
Aberfelin / Trefin – A small sand and shingle beach available at lowtide.
Abermawr – A remote beach with a pebble bank and sand near Mathry
Amroth – A half mile long, flat, sandy beach near Suandersfoot
Barafundle Bay – A small golden sand bay, only accessed by a half mile walk from the nearest car park. Often voted as the best beach in Pembrokeshire. Near Stackpole Quay
Broad Haven – A narrow sandy and pebble beach at high tide but plenty of sand at low tide.
Broad Haven South – A wide sandy beach that lead from The National Trust owned Bosherston Lily ponds
Caerfai – Small rocky cove at high tide but at low tide a sandy beach with plenty of rock pools to explore near St Davids
Ceibwr – A tiny wild and remote inlet of rocks and sand near Newport
Church Doors Cove – A small sand and rocky cove with access from the coastal path only at low tide. Near Lydstep and Manorbier
Coppet Hall – A lovely sandy beach with plenty of sand even at high tide near Saundersfoot
Cwm-yr-Eglwys – A sandy cove, with a stream running into the sea. Near Dinas and Newport
Dale – A sheltered wide pebble beach with some sand
Druidston - A isolated long, sandy beach sheltered on three sides by steep cliffs. Accessed from The Coastal Path. Near Broadhaven
East Angle Bay - A little visited bay of wide sand and mud flats, perfect for bird watching
Freshwater East – A wide bay of golden sand backed by dunes with a stream running through the beach at its southern end
Freshwater West – A surfers beach only for the experienced! It has the best waves in the county
Gelliswick – A small shingle beach just west of Milford Haven.
Goodwick Sands – A small sandy beach close to the ferry terminal for Ireland.
Lindsway Bay – Near St Ishmaels and only accessible from the Coastal Path
Little Haven – A small sandy and rocky inlet. Has a small slipway for boats
Lower Fishguard – No access to the beach, but very pretty and good for crabbing when tide is in.
Manorbier – A sandy South West facing beach, good for surfers, but some strong currents
Marloes Sands – A large sandy beach at low tide with rocks and cliff formations.
Martins Haven – A small pebble beach used for the Skomer Island Boats. Diving from here as well. Near Marloes
Monkstone – Very secluded point between Tenby and Saundersfoot. Watch out for the incoming tide.
Musselwick – A lovely remote sandy beach near Marloes that is revealed only at low tide and only accessible from the coast path or a 10 minute walk along a footpath across fields.
Newgale – 2 miles of sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a large storm in 1859. Kitesurfing and surfing are popular on this beach.
Newport Parrog – A lovely part of the Pembrokeshire coastline with some small pebble beaches. The Coast Path twists and turns its way round to the old lifeboat station. Near Newport
Newport Sands – A wide, long sandy beach beach at the mouth of the River Nevern.
Nolton Haven - A small pebble and sand beach at high tide. Strong Currents
Penally – Strictly speaking, this is part of Tenby’s South Beach, but it is a sand and shingle beach
Poppit – A sandy beach backed by dunes at the mouth of the River Teifi near St Dogmaels. The start or finish of the 186 mile Coastal Path. Watch out for strong currents offshore
Portclais – A shingle beach near St Davids
Porthgain – Now a harbour for landing seafood
Porthmelgen – A small sandy cove near St Davids, approached only from the coastal path . Strong currents.
Porthsele – A small enclosed sandy cove, rocky in places near Whitesands beach
Priory Beach – A beautiful beach on Caldey Island, 0ff Tenby. Accessed by boat from Tenby.
Pwll Gwaelod – A small sand and shingle beach near Newport.
Sandy Haven – A wide sandy beach at low tide, with plenty of rock pools.
Saundersfoot – A large wide sandy beach at low tide in this popular resort.
Solva – Sandy very shallow beach at low tide
St. Brides Haven – A rocky and sandy beach near Marloes, popular with divers.
Stackpole Quay – A small harbour and stony beach at low tide.
Swanlake Bay - A shingle beach at high tide exposing sand at low tide. Approached by the Coastal Path
Tenby Castle – A lovely sandy beach at low tide, can disappear at high tide.
Tenby Harbour – A small sandy beach tucked up under the harbour wall, great for kids.
Tenby North – A sheltered, sandy beach with Goscar Rock in the middle. Safe for children
Tenby South – A gently shelving mile and a half long, dune backed, sandy beach.
Traeth Llyfn – A sandy and rocky beach reached by steep metal stepsbetween Porthgain and Abereiddi.
Watwick Bay - A quiet sandy beach near Dale, accessible only from the coast path.
West Angle Bay – This sandy beach is quite narrow at high tide but at low tide a wide expanse is revealed.
West Dale – A sandy beach approached only by very steep steps.
Whitesands – A large white sandy beach popular with surfers near St Davids
Wisemans Bridge – A wide and rocky beach with sand at low tide.
Please Note: – Readers must use their own judgement as to the suitability of the beaches listed on this website for their use and safety.