Freshwater East Beach

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Freshwater East beach is well sheltered from prevailing winds and backed by sand dunes. The dunes known as the Burrows are owned and managed by the National Park Authority and are grazed by ponies in the winter. The beach is very popular with families and children may enjoy hunting for fossils and paddling in the stream that runs into the sea. Sailing, fishing and windsurfing are all popular activities.

The beach is backed by a large holiday park where there is a small shop and refreshments are available. There is easy access from the road to the beach and a designated car park for disabled visitors with a wheelchair accessible path to a viewpoint overlooking the beach.

The beach is easily reached by car and has a car park with 80 spaces (charges may apply); it also has a slipway for launching boats.


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  • Free Parking
  • Parking with charge

Property Facilities

  • Public toilets

Map & Directions

Road Directions

A4139 Tenby to Pembroke; at Lamphey railway station, take the B4584 to Freshwater East.


Public Transport Directions

Accessible by Public Transport: Lamphey station is 2 miles away.

Freshwater East Beach


Freshwater East, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5LW

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