Saundersfoot Beach

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Saundersfoot Beach: A very popular 800m wide sandy beach with soft sand at the top and almost level packed sand lower down with a small harbour. Shallow water, ideal for swimming. There are several delightful walks from the beach one of which leads to Wiseman Bridge through a cliff tunnel which forms part of the Pembrokeshire Coast walk.

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Popularity rank: #6585


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Go to Saundersfoot from the Tenby direction on A487. A mile or so out of Tenby, turn right at a roundabout, on to B4316 signposted 'Saundersfoot'. Or from A477, the Pembroke Dock to Carmarthen road, by turning on to A487 at Kings Moor roundabout, again signposted 'Saundersfoot'. In about a mile you turn left on to the other end of B4316. The narrow streets in Saundersfoot have a circular one-way traffic system to keep the traffic flowing.


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Between 1st May until 30th September dogs are not allowed on the beach at any time


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