The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
A traditional waterside village pub with stunning views from the terrace. Seafood is a speciality here with fresh local fish supplied from the Haven. Sit outside and enjoy the view in summer or toast your toes by the real log fires in winter. Winter opening times are limited so check before you travel. Dogs are allowed on the terrace only.
Described as a watersports paradise, Dale is a long, sheltered pebble beach with easy access from a nearby pay and display car park. An activity centre offers watersports tuition and boat hire and there's a cafe, restaurant and pub nearby for refreshments. Dog restrictions apply to the nothern end of the beach from May to September.
This seven mile walk starts from the car park in Dale and follows the Pembrokshire coast path around the peninsula to St Ann's Head, past the lighthouse and back to the village. It's a scenic ramble, taking in coves and dramatic cliffs on the way.
A small Welsh village situated in a sheltered valley with a safe shingle beach. With a pub, cafe, watersports and beaches on your doorstep, it makes for the ideal holiday destination.
A small family run cafe and shop on the front offering snacks, meals and beverages, an ideal place to stop for refreshments after a walk along the beach.
A family friendly eatery in the heart of the village offering local produce, sharing plates and stone baked pizza. This little gem of a place is a well kept secret and it's best to book ahead. Dogs are welcome and there's out door seating and a roof top terrace.
Situated on the remote, narrow peninsula leading to St Annes Head, this beach is a mile away from the village of Dale and accessed by a walk along the coast path. Here you'll find a sheltered white sandy bay with rock pools towards the eastern end and a few caves to explore. If you're looking for a secluded place then this could be it! Dogs are allowed all year round.
It's best to use the pay and display parking in Dale village and walk via the west side of the castle and along a footpath across a field to the coast path. The beach is pebble and sand and flanked by red sandstone cliffs with views towards Skokholm Island. A popular surfing beach, strong rips can occur. Dog friendly all year round and the nearest facilities are in Dale.
Situated on the western edge of Pembrokeshire, this mile long beach backed by dramatic cliffs offers stunning views and golden sands at low tide. Parking is available in the National Trust car park half a mile away and dogs are allowed year round. Families will enjoy rock pooling and looking for fossils. The nearest facilities are in Marloes village.
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