The Gann Beach (also known as Pickleridge) is a long shingle ridge north of Dale backed by a wall of boulders. There is a free roadside parking area overlooking the beach with views up the Milford Haven waterway. The coastal path runs behind the beach, and crosses the river Gann by a small bridge and stepping stones, which can be used for approximately 3½ hours either side of low tide.
The shore consists of small sandstone pebbles, cockle shells and some sand, with seaweed-strewn sand and pebbles lower down.
Looking out to sea from the car park
The beach at high tide
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