Gelliswick Bay is on the north side of the Milford Haven waterway, and looks out towards a mass of jetties serving the tankers. The beach consists of sandstone pebbles and green weed strewn sand backed by a sea wall. On the east side is Hubberston Fort (no public access) and behind the beach are toilets, a boatyard and large lawned areas which make a better place to sit and sunbathe than the beach. There is a slipway here and plenty of parking space. Dogs are allowed at all times.
The beach at high tide
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