Amroth Beach

South Pembrokeshire, Stepaside, near Saundersfoot, SA67 8ND

A half mile long flat, sandy beach with a pebble bank above the tide line. At very low tide it’s possible to walk to Wisemans Bridge along the shore. To take full advantage of the space and some off lead exercise Amroth is best enjoyed by dogs at low tide.

Dog restrictions 1st May to 30th September on central and western side.

Free parking at:-

  • Temple Bar (SA67 8ND)
  • Brookside Villas (SA67 8NQ)
  • Roadside parking near the entrance to Amroth Castle (SA67 8NN)



7 Responses to Amroth Beach
  1. Wendy gibson
    June 8, 2015 |

    Staying at amroth at present. The dog friendly bits are split by the large blue flag bit. The access at the end of the beach where the new inn and castle are is difficult because of the shingle even for able bodied but at the other end of the beach the access is easy using the slipway. Watch the tides though.

  2. Eve
    April 22, 2015 |

    I live in the area and take my cocker spaniels on the beach for a good run and swim. It’s fabulous. The Temple Bar welcomes well behaved dogs inside and on the terrace.
    The dog restrictions from 1st May? Does that mean I cannot walk my dogs on the beach towards Wiseman’s Bridge. I’m disabled and use the pavement, toilets, dog bins and designated parking facilities there.
    Thank you!

    • Dog Rover
      May 6, 2015 |

      Hello Eve,

      Yes, you can walk your dogs on the section of beach that leads to Wiseman’s Bridge. There is a map showing the dog restricted areas on the Visit Pembrokeshire website.

      Best wishes
      Dog Rover!

  3. Sally, Mike and Saffy
    August 30, 2013 |

    I was put off Amroth beach because of this comment because I’m not particularly nimble, but visited by chance today. Maybe they have changed the restrictions, but it is now very clear that you can use the slipway to get to the dog friendly area, so access is absolutely not an issue. We were there at high tide so there wasn’t much beach available, but the bit we visited was nice, and we spoke to a few people who said that when the tide is a bit lower, this is a really good beach for people that want to enjoy a long walk with their dog

    • Dog Rover
      August 31, 2013 |

      Thank you so much for passing on this updated information – much appreciated. Glad you enjoyed your visit.

      Best wishes
      Dog Rover!

  4. Deb and Dizzy
    May 27, 2012 |

    The dog friendly part of the beach at Amroth is not very accessible…if you have knee, leg or back problems AVOID!! Shame as lovely when you’ve managed to navigate the stony bit to get to beach.

    • Dog Rover
      May 27, 2012 |

      Thanks for sharing this Deb and Dizzy, very helpful.

      Perhaps, for people with mobility problems it would not be unreasonable for them to use the slipway to gain access to the dog friendly beach area.

      Best wishes
      Dog Rover!

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