Beaches In Pembrokeshire -
- Beware current
- Sea angling
- Sand Beach
A sandy beach enclosed by towering cliffs accessible only by very steep steps. This is where King Henry VII landed his army on the way to the battle of Bosworth and the founding of the Tudor Dynasty. Henry was born at Pembroke Castle. There are the remains of a wrecked steamer on the beach at low tide.
Parking: In Dale or there’s a car park by an old airfield on the road to St Anne’s lighthouse.
Beach facilities: None
On shore facilities: Nearest facilities are in Dale. Café/restaurant and pub. There’s an activity centre providing watersports tuition and a small selection of B&Bs and self catering accommodation.
ID: 1667 Revised: 24/5/2013