Stackpole Quay is a small but picturesque harbour on the National Trust's Stackpole estate. Originally built to serve local limestone quarries, it's now a popular venue for kayaking. There is some sand here at low tide, but very little beach available at high tide. The harbour area can be accessed via a metal ladder during this time. A National Trust car park is in the valley behind the beach. Facilities include toilets and tea-rooms.
At the rear of the car park, a track leads to the Bosherston Lily ponds, which can be followed down to Broad Haven beach.