A broad, long beach at the mouth of the River Nevern.
This dune backed, sandy beach is plenty big enough for all your beach activities and at low tide, you can wade across the river to Newport Parrog.
It’s very popular with all kinds of watersports enthusiasts.
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 Sands?
Concrete ramp by disabled parking bays: 1:12 to 1:10 for 14 metres, then 1:8 to 1:6 for 9 metres, leading on to hard sand.
Two further ramps are also used by cars: the concrete access road onto beach is 1:24 to 1:18 for 50 metres; the concrete access ramp used by cars to get off the beach is 1:10 for 15 metres, then 1:6 for six metres.
At beach head or at Newport Parrog (this car park gets very busy in the summer months).
Slipway. Lifeguards patrol between the end of June and the beginning of September.
On shore facilities
Café and toilets. Newport provides all the amenities of a large village including galleries, a golf club and a National Park Visitor Centre. A good choice of hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, caravan and camping sites can be found in the area. The golf course backing onto the beach was extended to 18 holes in 2008 and includes a fabulous restaurant and accommodation.
- Car Park
- First Aid
- Sand Dunes
- Sandy Beach
- Sea Angling
- Sea Rowing
- Slipway or Launching
- Sub Aqua
- Wind Surfing