The stunningly beautiful north Pembrokeshire Coastline has some of the best beaches in Wales and is also home to a quite demanding section of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Along the coast path you will find picturesque towns, villages and harbours plus handfuls of hidden coves and beaches only accessible on foot. The town of Newport is situated along this stretch of coastline also, so if you do find yourselves in the area – why not pop into our office on Market Street and say hi.
The photo’s below are in order from Poppit in the north to St Brides Bay in the west.
Poppit Sands, north Pembrokeshire
Ceibwr Bay near Moylegrove
Newport Sands below Carningli Mountain
Pwllgwaelod Beach near Dinas Cross
Lower Town Harbour at Fishguard
Strumble Head Lighthouse near Fishguard
Abermawr Beach near St Nicholas
Abereiddy Bay near Pembrokeshire’s famous Blue Lagoon
Porthgain Harbour – home of the famous Sloop pub
Whitesands Beach near St David’s
Lifeboat station at St Justinian’s near St David’s City
The Cathedral at St David’s City
Harbour at Porthclais near St David’s
The beach at Caerfai in St Brides Bay
Coastal path at Caer Bwdy Bay
View of St Brides Bay, west Pembrokeshire
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