Newport Parrog beach

Newport Parrog beach

A delightful stretch of coastline. The Coast Path twists and turns its way round to the old lifeboat station, sometimes on the beach, sometimes on the road and at one point crosses a fantastic causeway built of slates laid in a herringbone pattern.

It’s possible to wade across the river near the yacht club to Newport Sands. The walk back around the ‘long way’ takes you alongside the estuary to the bridge.

Near here is Carreg Coetan, an exposed burial chamber.

There are a few small pebble beaches but swimming isn’t recommended here.

If you’re planning to visit, check out the tide times to make sure you’ve plenty of beach to play on and that you don’t get cut off by the incoming tide!

What's at Newport Parrog beach?


A paved and concrete ramp near the boat club: 1:6 to 1:5 for 10 metres.


Limited parking by the yacht club.



On shore facilities

Toilets. Restaurant and takeaway from Morawelon right on the Parrog. The yacht club also opens for visitors during high summer. There is a campsite right on the Parrog with further caravan and campsites in Newport as well as boutique hotels and self catering accommodation. Newport also has a good range of shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes and pubs.


  • Beware Currents
  • Canoeing
  • Car Park
  • Estuary
  • Mooring
  • Phone
  • Power Boating
  • Rocky
  • Sailing
  • Sandy Beach
  • Sea Angling
  • Sea Rowing
  • Slipway or Launching
  • Toilets
  • Wind Surfing

I can highly recommend Pembrokeshire - it has everything for a great holiday!

Valery Collins, Experienced Traveller