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 stream runs down the northern end of the beach.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs from Manorbier to Tenby and attracts a wide array of visitors to the beach. The path passes the King’s Quoit, a Neolithic tomb above the bay.
Manorbier village and the surrounding area offer plenty to see and to away from the beach.
Car parking: Spaces at the National Park car park (pay and display) with extra space along the coast towards Freshwater East. Access to the shore along a level gravelled path.
Food: Tea-room, pub, shop in Manorbier, usually an Ice-cream van in the summer. Plenty of facilities at Freshwater East and Tenby and in the surrounding area.
Toilets available at the car park.
Lifeguards: No lifeguard service. There are some strong currents. Always check the tide times.
Dog: No restrictions
Awards: Seaside Award, Green Coast Award
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