The small town of Newport lies on the Pembrokeshire coastline, not far from the beautiful Preseli hills and at the mouth of the river Nevern.
To the north of the river is the wide expanse of Newport Sands, while in front of the town is the small sand and mud beach of Parrog, which doubles up as the village’s harbour.
This part of Cardigan Bay is an excellent destination for walkers, with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path passing close by, offering some stunning cliff-top views. There is a golf course behind the beach, as well as plenty of places to eat, drink and stay to be found in Newport.
Type of beach
Sand and mud
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year so please be a responsible dog owner and clean up after your dog.
- Good fishing
- Disabled facilities
- First aid point
- Town centre nearby
OS grid ref.
SN 0508 3964
There are 100 parking spaces (including disabled) available for a fee.
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