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Secret, Hidden Beaches in Pembrokeshire

Some of the less well-known beaches, ideal for escaping the crowds

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Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay (Caldey Island)
Accessible at low tide along Caldey's north shore. Lots of small caves and almost certainly a beach to yourself.
Presipe Bay
Presipe Bay
A good sandy beach which needs to be visited around low tide.
Mowingword Bay
Mowingword Bay
Pembrokeshire's most spectacular and ultimate secret beach. Not accessible on foot, but a good swim on a hot day!
New Quay
New Quay
A narrow inlet in the MoD's Castlemartin range, just a short walk from Broadhaven South
Flimston Bay
Flimston Bay
A stunning beach, in the MoD's Castlemartin range. Access is a steep scramble down a gully.
Longoar Bay
Longoar Bay
A very quiet, east-facing beach.
Porthmynawyd
Porthmynawyd
A sheltered bay, just north of Newgale Sands.
Porthlysgi
Porthlysgi
A sheltered cove at the tip of St Davids peninsula. Good for swimming.
Porth Dwgan
Porth Dwgan
A beach which few people know about, and even fewer know how to get to!
Pwll Gwylog
Pwll Gwylog
A small cove with a foreshore of thin, rounded slate pebbles.
Aberrhigian
Aberrhigian
About ¾ mile walk from the road, one of Pembrokeshire's more remote, secluded bays.