Lydstep Haven

South Pembrokeshire, Lydstep, near Tenby, SA70 7SB

Lydstep beach consists of rocks and pebbles with some sand at low tide and rugged cliffs at either end. There’s a large privately owned caravan site immediately behind the beach and a small charge for day visitors to Lydstep may apply. Easy access to the coast path and a very pleasant walk eastwards to Penally on mostly level terrain with grassy slopes  – route map. Alternatively head west on the coast path to take in Skrinkle Haven, Presipe Bay and Manorbier.

Dog restrictions 1st May to 30th September on eastern side.

car parkingParking within the holiday park. There is also a free National Trust car park at Lydstep Point, from where it is a short walk down a steep hill to the beach. To get to the car park, turn off the A4139 at Lydstep village onto a no-through road, continue along a very pot-holed lane for about 400 yards then turn right to the top of the hill.



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