Tenby

Amroth Beach

This is a charming little village about seven miles from Tenby with a large sandy beach interspersed with rocks to explore. The beach is punctuated with groynes to protect it from the winter storms but is still lovely, deserving both it's Blue Flag (2014) and seaside award. The water quality is deemed "good", suitable for bathing and canoeing as well as angling.

Facilities include a large free car park, disabled toilets, a beach attendant during the summer, a shop, a chip shop, an ice cream kiosk and cafe plus several pubs selling food.

Dog restrictions apply to the central and western end of the beach between 1st May & 30th September.

 



 
 

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Did you know that when the Wales Coast Path opens in May 2012 it will be the only continuous trail on the planet to run the full length of a country's coast! The 870 mile trail would take around 70 days to walk but would take in 18 medieval castles, 11 nature reserves and dozens of beautiful beaches. Check out the Pembrokeshire section when you are holidaying in Tenby or check out the official website: Wales Coast Path!