Whitesands beach is in St David’s bay, overlooked by Carn Llidi and set between Point St John to the south and St David’s Head to the north. It is very popular with surfers, canoeists and body boarders, especially at the northern end of the beach. The quieter south end of the beach is sheltered with plenty of fine golden sand and backed by pebbles. The beach is popular for swimming and is zoned for safety.
There are plenty of walks from the beach following the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or a circular walk to St David’s Head and around Carn Llidi.
There is a slipway for launching small boats and surfboard rental.
Car Parking: There is parking above the beach which can get very busy during the summer. The Celtic Coaster shuttle bus (summer only) from The Grove car park on the edge of St David’s goes to Whitesands. There is easy access to the beach for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
Food: There is a café and shop near the beach and plenty of facilities in nearby St David’s.
Toilets: Toilets with disabled access near the beach.
Lifeguards: Lifeguards patrol between end of May and the beginning of September.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on the beach between 1st May and 30th September.
Awards: Blue Flag and Seaside Award (Resort)
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