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Experience the captivating charm of Goodwick Beach near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, a stunning blend of sandy shores and ornamental pebbles. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the sea wall, and venture along the promenade or breakwater for breath taking views and thrilling encounters with seals, dolphins, and even basking sharks.

Discover a haven of wildlife at this incredible destination, as the Pembrokeshire Coast Path meanders through unveiling hidden treasures on its path to Fishguard, Newport, and Strumble Head. The waters here are known for being quite shallow, often revealing mussels and other shellfish in the wet sand. In the early evening, the beach becomes a popular spot for fishing.

Goodwick Sands holds historical significance, as it was here in 1797 that a French Revolutionary invasion force surrendered to the defending militia after their defeat in the Battle of Fishguard. According to legend, the local heroine Jemima Nichols played a remarkable role by capturing 12 French mercenaries armed only with a pitchfork

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