The Best Dog-friendly Beaches in Pembrokeshire
Between Saundersfoot and Tenby it's one of Pembrokeshire's best beaches.
A popular surfing beach, overlooked by Manorbier castle.
An east facing sandy bay, just a short level walk from the car park.
Often regarded as Pembrokeshire's best beach, about 300 yards wide backed by dunes. Caves on very low tides.
A wide sandy beach between limestone headlands near to Bosherston Lily ponds. Stream on the east side and fresh-water springs on the west.
A long sandy beach backed by dunes. Very popular for surfing, but can be dangerous for swimming. Lifeguards in summer.
A sheltered sandy beach on the north side of the Milford Haven. Access is down steep steps.
A long sandy beach near Marloes village, no facilities, but generally safe for swimming and surfing.
A quiet beach of two halves near Marloes, but only accessible around low tide.
A sheltered bay in a steep-sided valley. More bays to either side of the main beach and 3 pubs in the village.
A very sheltered bay, just east of Solva. Good for swimming and sunbathing. Coastal path runs along the back of the beach.
A sheltered bay near to St Davids, flanked by purple sandstone cliffs. Free car parking overlooking beach.
On Pembrokeshire's northern coast, a quieter sandy beach. Access is down a flight of metal steps - dogs may need to be carried.
A remote beach, parking in nearby lane. Can be good for surfing.
A secluded, secret bay. Access by footpath from the A487, following a stream through ancient woodland.
A wide sandy beach, parking possible on the sand. Cafe and lifeguards in summer.