Goodwick - Harbour South Beach

Goodwick - Harbour South Beach - Pembrokeshire
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Goodwick Harbour is a sandy beach within the walls of Fishguard Harbour from where a ferry service operates to Rosslare in Ireland. It is separated by the harbour wall from Goodwick Sands.

Whilst the beach is popular for walking, swimming, water sports, and watching the ferries entering and leaving the harbour at low tide, at high tide the sandy part of the beach is completely submerged.

Goodwick Harbour beach can be accessed via a slipway. A car park can be found directly behind the beach. Public toilets and a watersports centre can also be found here, and a promenade, with benches facing the sea, runs from the car park.

Across the road from the beach, there is a small retail park with facilities such as shops and places to eat. Fishguard and Goodwick Railway Station is a short walk from the beach.

Type of beach


Lifeguard service


Dogs friendly beach?

Dogs allowed

Dogs are allowed but there are no dog bins.

Pembrokeshire dog friendly beaches »


  • Kayaking/canoeing
  • Jet-skiing
  • Sailing
  • Swimming/bathing
  • Wind surfing


  • Cafe/restaurant
  • Toilets
  • Disabled facilities
  • Shop
  • Slipway

Nearest town



SA64 0DE

OS grid ref.

SM 9471 3812


There is free parking for 60 cars. including disabled spaces.

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Goodwick - Harbour South Beach Reviews


Oct 16th 2020

Nice place for evening walks.