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Aberbach Beach
Aberbach Beach, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62
The meaning of the word Aberbach stands for little river mouth. Aberbach is a relatively narrow cove that faces west towards the Irish Sea. Although Aberbach is a small pebble beach, when there is a low tide, golden sand can be seen on the beach. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year long. The beach is located 3 miles away from Fishguard along the coast to St David’s. Legend has it that a local farmer captured a mermaid at Aberbach and convinced her to marry him. See more
Abercastle Harbour
Abercastle, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62
Abercastle Harbour is a long, narrow and picturesque bay. The beach is small and sandy. Due to the harbour being sheltered from existing winds, it is the perfect place for both kayakers and boats. However there is a charge for keeping boats there with the money going towards paying for the village’s facilities. There are restrictions for dogs at the harbour. The harbour is located approximately 2 miles north west of Mathry. See more
Abereiddy Beach
Abereiddy, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62
This beach includes pebbles and extraordinarily dark sand made of pounded grey slate. The same slate also gives an amazing deep blue colour to the water in the ‘Blue Lagoon’ which is a beautiful harbour north of the beach. Abereiddy is a popular place to go coasteering, climb cliffs and jump into the sea. Also a row of ruined cottages can be seen alongside the old quarry. Dogs are allowed on the beach. There is no existing lifeguard service at the beach. In 2013 the beach was awarded with a Green Coast Award and Seaside Award (Rural). See more
Aberfelin Beach
Aberfelin Beach, Trefin, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5AU
A small, low-tide sand and shingle beach not far from Trefin. The beach is great for rock pooling although swimming is not really suitable for swimming. It is surrounded by high cliffs the beach is sheltered from prevailing winds and is an ideal sun trap and a great place to bathe during the summer. Caution is really important when the sea is rough due to there being strong currents further out. The beach has its own little island, an imposing stone arch and a cave tunnel to walk through. See more
Abermawr Beach
Abermawr Beach, Castlemorris, Pembrokeshire, , SA62 5UX
A remote rural beach which includes a pebble bank backed by earthed cliffs. Golden sand and buried tree stumps can be seen when the tide is low. A ruined cottage, wildlife marshy area and bluebell woods climbing the hill on the southern end can all be seen behind the beach. No lifeguards are available at this beach. Dogs are allowed on the beach. The nearest town to the beach is Goodwick. See more
Alzheimers Society - Pembrokeshire
4 Temeraire House, Nelson Quay, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 3BN
The organisation that's leading the fight against dementia! The branch in Pembrokeshire offer a wide range of different and local services. See more
Amroth
Amroth, Pembrokeshire, SA67
A beach that is half a mile long, flat and sandy. There is a massive expense of sand when the tide is low, making it suitable for numerous beach games. Rockpools can be identified at the western end of the beach. Also at the top of the beach are groynes. There is a lifeguard at the beach between the start of July until the end of September. In 2013 the beach was awarded a seaside award (resort) and a blue flag. The nearest town to Amroth is Tenby. See more
Amroth Parish Hall
Amroth Parish Hall, Amroth, Summerhill, Pembrokeshire, , SA67 8LX
Amroth Parish Hall is in the village of Summerhill and is the central feature of the Amroth and District Community Association which serves the villages of Summerhill, Pleasant Valley, Stepaside, Wiseman's Bridge and Amroth. The maximum capacity of the hall is 120. See more
Angle Village Hall
Angle Village Hall, Angle, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5AN, SA71 5AN
The village hall dates from 1913, leased from the Angle estate to the village. It is build of Angle Block and has undergone refurbishment in the last 5 years. Registered Charity Number: 1097924. See more
Barafundle Bay
Barafundle Bay, Stackpole, Pembrokeshire, , SA71 5LS
With its golden sand beach and clear crystal water, Barafundle bay is widely known as one of the best beaches in the United Kingdom, some have even compared it to the Caribbean beach. Barafundle Bay is owned by the National Trust and is part of the South Pembrokeshire Heritage Coast and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The beach is the winner of both the Seaside Award (Rural) and the Green Coast Award. There is no lifeguard service on the beach. Dogs are allowed on the beach. The beach is great for bathing, swimming and walking.   See more
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