The southern end of Tenby's South Beach is known as Penally Beach (pronounced 'Pen-alley') and is a 5 minute level walk along a tarmac footpath from Penally railway station. The station has a small (free) car park and toilets. The upper shore is of sand backed by low dunes and a golf course, and the lower shore is sand and small rocks. The beach looks out towards Priory Bay on Caldey Island, and is usually a good place for sea-shell collectors. At the southern end is the headland of Giltar Point. Strong currents between Caldey Island and Giltar Point induce a rip current here, and swimmers should avoid the extreme south end of the beach. Dogs are allowed at all times.