Amroth is at the southern start of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and its half mile long, flat, sandy beach with safe swimming makes it ideal for families. The huge expanse of sand at low tide is perfect for all sorts of beach games. It is possible at low tide to see the remains of a petrified forest, destroyed 7000 years ago when sea levels rose and fossilised antlers, animal bones and Neolithic flints have been found. There are rockpools to explore at the western end and the beach is popular for fishing and watersports.
Car parking: car park in village (follow signs) plus parking alongside the sea wall.
Food: chip shop/ice cream/cafe plus several pubs selling food. More facilities in nearby Saundersfoot or Pendine.
Toilets: toilets and disabled toilets are located near the beach.
Lifeguards: on duty from the beginning of July to the end of September.
Dogs: restrictions apply to central and western end of the beach between 1st May and 30th September.
Awards: Seaside Award (Resort) and Blue Flag.
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