The Beach Guide

Best beaches in Dyfed

Below are a list of the top 10 beaches in Dyfed as selected by the users of the Beach Guide website.

The current most popular beach in Dyfed is Skrinkle Haven. If you would like to have your say on which are the best beaches in Dyfed just follow the link to the beach and vote by clicking the star ratings at the top right of the page.

  • Skrinkle Haven Beach

    1. Skrinkle Haven Beach

    Skrinkle Haven beach sits between Old Castle Head and Lydstep Point and is located to the south-east of pretty Manorbier Village. There is a small bay here that is encircled by high cliffs and when the tide is low you will find a wide expanse of…

  • Druidston Haven Beach

    2. Druidston Haven Beach

    The secluded beach of Druidston Haven is backed and flanked by dramatic cliffs which, at low tide, overlook a long strip of golden sand. Towards the northern end of the beach are some intersting rock formations. These include a number of naturally…

  • Nolton Haven Beach

    3. Nolton Haven Beach

    Nolton Haven is a secluded sandy beach in the St Brides Bay area. It is set in a narrow inlet which is flanked by cliffs. The beach here is a mix of sand and pebbles but at low tide a narrow strip of sand emerges. If you plan to swim here you should…

  • Swanlake Bay

    4. Swanlake Bay

    Swanlake Bay beach is located in South Pembrokeshire and the only way to get here is to walk down the Pembrokeshire National Park Coastal Footpath. The closest car park is in Manorbier, so although it takes some effort to get here, it is more than…

  • Watwick Beach

    5. Watwick Beach

    Watwick Bay is a small east-facing beach at the mouth of Milford Haven. It is set on the remote and narrow peninsula leading to St Annes Head. The beach is rather steep and is made up mostly of sand. In the summer months the beach gets the best…

  • Tresaith Beach

    6. Tresaith Beach

    The pretty little resort of Tresaith sits in a sheltered bay between Aberporth and Penbryn. The name comes from the River Saith which cascades down the cliffs and on to the sandy beach below. Apparently the little waterfall was created bya glacier…

  • Broadhaven Beach

    7. Broadhaven Beach

    This westerly facing beach is located within the wide arc of Brides Bay and is one of two beaches known as Broadhaven. The beach here is also known as Broad Haven North, with Broad Haven South being some distance away on Pembrokeshire's south coast.…

  • New Quay - Harbour Beach

    8. New Quay - Harbour Beach

    New Quay is a delightful, bustling seaside resort on the Ceredigion coast. The bay is home to colonies of seals and bottlenose dolphins, and wildlife watching is an important part of the local economy. Boats taking visitors to look for wildlife…

  • Penbryn Beach

    9. Penbryn Beach

    Penbryn Beach is one of Ceredigion's favourite beaches and is managed and owned by the National Trust. It is located between the scenic coves of Tresaith and Llangrannog which sit along the Wales Coast Path. Over the years it has won several awards…

  • Porthselau Beach

    10. Porthselau Beach

    Porthselau is a small, largely sandy beach which is dotted with rock formations. It is located on the south side of greater Whitesands Bay. It faces north-west which means that you get excellent vistas across to St. David’s Head. On spring low tides…