‘Glorious’ Welsh village named one of the best seaside resorts – ‘coastal delight’

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The Pembrokeshire Coast of Wales is a popular holiday destination. Britons in search of seaside fun flock to the area all year round and for good reasons.

The stretch of coast was named by National Geographic magazine as the second best coastline in the world.

With over 50 beaches and many characterful seaside resorts, the Pembrokeshire Coast makes for a pretty fantastic holiday spot.

Located between Tenby and Amroth, Saundersfoot was named on the list of best seaside towns by Which? readers.

The main attraction of Saundersfoot is its beach.

The Blue Flag sandy expanse is a favourite with families and swimmers.

On Tripadvisor, Kevin said: “Another Pembrokeshire coastal delight.

“Whilst hiking along the Pembrokeshire coastal path we had an opportunity to take a break at this beach, well maintained with glorious views out to sea.”

And Sarah M wrote: “Wonderful.

“My dream beach to walk along, plenty to explore, peaceful, beautiful Harbour. Plenty of lovely shells.”

Saundersfoot’s coastal location makes it ideal for a seaside holiday, and there is more to do than the beach for outdoors lovers.

The walk from Saundersfoot to the hamlet of Wisemans Bridge is highly recommended.

Going through tunnels, and starting and ending on beaches, the activity is popular with the entire family.

Sionilo said: “The path will take you through a few tunnels, one lit, one very dark and a short one.

“Great fun and many kids had torches and made eerie noises.

“Walk each way is about 1.5 miles and passes the impressive looking ‘Coast’ restaurant (which was closed the day we were there) also had a smashing coffee from the Kiosk (horse box).”

Keen walkers will want to walk part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

The National Trail runs for 186 miles from St Dogmaels to Amroth.

For something a bit more relaxing in town, Saundersfoot has a busy harbour worth a visit.

Michael said: “We called into Saundersfoot to check out the Harbour. Very interesting place, just be careful when you arrive there as it’s still used by fishing vessels and can be very busy.”

There are plenty of places for food and drinks in Saundersfoot, but one deserves a special mention.

Coast is a Michelin Guide restaurant on Coppet Hall beach.

Tricia Heaton said: “Location is stunning, the ambience relaxed, service impeccable without being starchy and the food amazing.

“The food was delicious, inventive and really well presented.”

Gaynor S wrote: “An amazing experience from start to finish. Food is wonderful and such a warm, calm atmosphere. We loved it!”

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