A wide sheltered bay of golden sand backed by dunes, Freshwater East is well known for its clear blue water and is a favourite with families. It rarely gets crowded even in summer and there is plenty of space for ball games at low tide. There are lots of fossils to be found in the sand and watersports such as kayaking, surfing and windsurfing are popular.
Join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in either direction for fabulous views and stunning coastal scenery. Walking east takes you to remote Swanlake Bay and on to Manorbier. Walking west takes you to Stackpole Quay where there is a café and from there you can carry on to Barafundle Beach.
Car parking: The car park is at the west end of the beach where there is a slipway for launching boats.
Food:Trewent Holiday Park, behind the beach has The Longhouse cafe and restaurant. A Café/restaurant can be found in Frestwater East village together with a pub, The Freshwater Inn and a shop.
Toilets there are toilets and disabled toilets near the beach.
Dogs are allowed but please be considerate to other beach users and remember you must always clean up after your dog.
Awards: Seaside Award (Rural) and Green Coast award
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