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Pendine Sands and it’s fabulous 7-mile sandy beach has for generations attracted holiday makers with a unique selling point of still being able to drive a car on to the beach and as being a Mecca for world breaking speed attempts. (16 miles from farm and 8 miles to Tenby)
This 7 mile stretch of sands lies to the north of us and is renowned for some record breaking land speed records.
Just a 10 min drive away - Pendine is famous for its long beach which saw Parry Thomas break the world land speed record.
Pendine Sands is 7 miles of beach on the shores of Carmarthen Bay on the south coast of Wales. It stretches west to east from Gilman Point to Laugharne Sands. The village of Pendine is close to the western end of Pendine Sands. In the early 1900s the sands were used as a venue for car and motor…
Pendine Sands is 7miles of sandy beach. Famous in the 1900s for car and motorcycle races and speed records. Can sometimes drive on to the beach for the day.
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Heimafólk mælir einnig með
“Marina/Harbour Beach and Pubs so close to the train Station. Walk to the right hand side of the harbour and you will come to a nice sandy beach.... carry on - its a lovely walk. If you have a bike the area offers over 60 miles of family friendly off road cycling, but spaces on the train for bikes are limited. You can hire Bikes at Pembrey Country Park, but its hard to get there by Public transport.”
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Point of Interest
“Free castle that you can walk to from Llansteffan beach. Lovely views over the estuary ”
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“The forest has miles of cycling tracks and walking paths. Great if you enjoy your nature and outdoors. ”
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“Laugharne Castle is huge and remains fairly well preserved. Laugharne itself is a charming town offering food and great walks along the estuary. ”
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