Beaches In Pembrokeshire -
West Angle Bay
At the mouth of the Milford Haven Estuary this horseshoe cove is tucked right inside West Angle Bay. The beach is quite narrow at high tide but at low tide it’s revealed; a huge stretch of golden sand. The northern end of the beach has rocks perfect for climbing and if you can find it, a cut through the cliffs leads to a secret beach! The sea off West Angle does have strong currents.
Awards: Seaside Award (Rural) 2013.
Parking: 60 spaces at the top of the beach and it's free!
Beach facilities: Slipway, pushchair/disabled access via ramped path and slipway.
On shore facilities: There are two pubs in the village serving meals, including one at Angle Point which has an extensive fish menu. At high tide the pub access road can be cut off; if you’re planning to visit please check with the pub.
ID: 7161 Revised: 24/5/2013