Goodwick Beach which is close to the Fishguard Ferry terminal is a mix of sand and pebbles with a series of wooden groynes and a sea wall formed by boulders. Walk along the promenade above the top of the beach or on the long breakwater which protects the bay. Wildlife is rather popular at Goodwick Beach, with seals, dolphins and basking sharks sometimes being seen in the water around the harbour.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes through Goodwick, heading north to Fishguard and Newport and south to Strumble Head.
Dog restrictions apply from 1st May to 30th September on the northern end of the beach.
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