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Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire
West Wales


Lots of things to do in and around Saundersfoot and Tenby.

The Beaches

As a National Park, Pembrokeshire has more Seaside Award and Blue Flag beaches than any other county not just in Wales but the whole of Britain, making Saundersfoot one of the most beautiful places to holiday. there is a wide choice of local beaches from soft and sandy beaches to rocky coves.

Saundersfoot’s main beach offers miles of glistening golden sand and is a very popular family beach. As it is a family beach, there are no dogs allowed on the main part of the beach though they are allowed further down at Coppet hall sands.
Coppet Hall Beach: It is believed by many that this beach derives its name from ‘Coal Pit Hall’, from the times when Saundersfoot was an industrial and coaling area. This small beach, with pebbles at the high-tide line, adjoins the Saundersfoot Main Beach but provides a quieter spot ideal for couples young and old, or parents who want a small break away from the kids for a few hours!
Glen Beach: Again a quieter beach, Glen Beach can be reached via The Harbour and has a spectacular background of wooded cliffs. With its cool golden sand and small rock pools towards the harbour end, it appeals to many who wander down to its shores.
Wiseman’s Bridge: At low tide, you can walk from Wiseman’s Bridge to the neighbouring beaches of Coppet Hall and Saundersfoot Main Beach. With a pebble and stone bank, this sandy beach has its own claim to fame. In 1944, the beach was used for Normandy D-day landing rehearsals and Winston Churchill came to the beach to watch.
Amroth Beach: Amroth is a seaside village located just four miles from Saundersfoot itself its narrow seafront stretches for miles and is easily accessible via Saundersfoot. It is a great beach for families and anglers.
Monkstone Beach: Monkstone Beach is one of the less frequented beaches, partly due to the steep steps which lead down to it. The beach has no amenities but the incredible views over to Tenby and Caldey are enough to attract visitors.

It’s easy to take to the sea from Saundersfoot and Tenby


Take to 4 Wheels for everyone over 8 years old Near Tenby


Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo,  winner of both the Best Family Day Out in Pembrokeshire and Best Family Day Out in Wales.


Oakwood Theme Park for a Big treat for the family


Go for a walk on the wild side at the Great Wedlock Dinosaur experience


Plus there are many walks and places to see like Colby Gardens at the National Trust

Don’t Miss the wonderful Carew Castle and Tidal Mill