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Newgale Beach

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Jane & Mark
Jane & Mark
May 29, 2020
Newgale sands with its two mile length of golden clean beach. Fringed by a stone bank, which came from a huge storm in 1859. The beach is ideal for families and numerous water sports. It attracts surfers, kayakers, wind surfing, kite surfing and body boarding. Tuition is available, and a hire shop…
Rosemary
Rosemary
February 19, 2020
Newgale is a 2 mile long Blue Flag beach popular for surfing, and beach fun.
Zoe
Zoe
February 11, 2020
Newgale is a popular destination for dog walking and the keen surfer, keep an eye out for the dog zones with the flags if you’re coming in peak times, some people don’t like dogs as much as we do. Theres the local shop (Newsurf) and pub (The Duke of Edinburgh) just over the pebble embarkment, the…
Josh
Josh
January 14, 2020
Located just over the hill is Newgale Beach. Newgale hosts a dog firendly beach up to 2 miles in length. It is popular with surfers and hosts a good wave. The Village has 2 cafes, several surf hire shops and a pub.
Anna
Anna
October 10, 2019
Pantier and our cottages are only a 1.5 mile drive to our local beach, the stunning Blue Flag splendour of Newgale. Nothing quite beats that drive down the hill to the sweeping 2 miles of golden sound opening up before you. With a surf and watersports activity centre on site there is so much on…

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Pöbb
“Lovely buzzing pub serving traditional as well as locally caught fare, personally I like a crab salad and chips!”
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Kirkja
“When St David died, his remains were kept at St Davids Cathedral. In the 12th century, Pope Calixtus II declared it a place of pilgrimage. Christians believed the closer they could get to a saint, the closer they would be to God. It became a popular place of pilgrimage.”
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Natural Feature
“This is one of the best beaches anywhere. Famous for surfing, the rollers come crashing in to this huge expanse of sand. To the left of the beach there are some amazing rock pools and formations cut into the green slate. To the right there is a great view from the headland — or pop over to the secluded beach next door. Café and toilet facilities are available. No dogs allowed in the summer months.”
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Point of Interest
“This has almost black sand but is great for a joint visit to the “Blue Lagoon” which is just over the headland; it is a huge pool created by slate quarrying. This is where the famous Red Bull Cliff Diving is hosted. From here you can walk to one of the best kept secrets of Pembrokeshire. Head north on the Coast Path to Traethllyfn – a huge expanse of sand overlooked by 150ft cliffs. (You can also reach the beach by walking from Porthgain Harbour or through Barry Island Farm.)”
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Point of Interest
“A ruined medieval palace on a site that dates back to the 6th century. It has a magical atmosphere which allows you to imagine yourself living a life within this palace having lively banquets with plenty of laughter.”
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