Manorbier Beach in South Pembrokeshire is a popular surfing beach overlooked by the 12th Century Castle. The shoreline is surrounded by cliffs and dunes and the beach is mostly sand and pebbles with plenty of fine sand and rock pools at low tide. A short but stunning stream runs down through the Northern end of the beach.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs from Manorbier to Tenby, creating stunning views across the Pembrokeshire coast, which attracts a wide array of visitors. The coast path passes the King’s Quoit and a Neolithic tomb above the bay.
There are no lifeguard services on Manorbier Beach and there can be some strong currents so be cautious when visiting and always check the tide times. It is a very dog-friendly beach with no restrictions.
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