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West Angle Bay

The Beaches of Wales
by Alistair Hare
Out 17 Sept
A complete guide to every beach and cove around the coast of Wales. Information and photos of almost 500 beaches. An essential guide.
West Angle Bay

West Angle Bay is on the western end of the Castlemartin peninsula about a mile west of Angle village. The free car park is situated just behind the beach, and facilities include toilets, a cafe / ice-cream shop and cycle stands. Access to the shore is a walk of a few yards down a wheelchair friendly ramp. The beach is sand flanked by cliffs of shale and limestones, with plenty of fossils to be found, and looks out towards the Dale peninsula and Thorn Island. It's very sheltered and good for swimming and sunbathing. Dogs are allowed at all times. Halfway along on the north side is a small hidden beach, which is quite sheltered. This can be accessed from the coastal path, or at low tide from the main beach.

Angle village has a pub (The Hibernia Inn) and a shop.

The "Hidden" beach
The "Hidden" beach
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