Amroth
West of Pendine is the small village of Amroth. The beach is a vast expanse of sand with a rocky headland at each end. At a very low tide the stumps  of a fossilized forest can be seen.The only problem I found was to walk along the beach, involved crossing the small streams that run down from the shoreline, as you can see in the photo below. Not a problem if you take off your shoes and socks! Otherwise a great beach, safe for bathing, and some rock pools for the kids.
There are a few shops and eating places and a pub, access for the disabled is good and there are good clean toilets near the shops. There is a car park although it can be a problem in busy periods. Dogs are not allowed on the main part of the beach between May and October.
Near Amroth
Pendine
Saundersfoot
Tenby
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