Porthgain Harbour Beach
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The little picture perfect harbour village of Porthgain is one of the gems of the Pembrokeshire coast. Set in a sheltered inlet this was once a busy port where slate, brick and granite were shipped from the local quarry.
Today the main industry is tourism, and there are a number of galleries, cafes and pubs within a stone's throw of the harbour. But there are still plenty of reminders of the ports more industrial days.
At low tide there is a small sandy beach here which, being in a harbour, is very sheltered. This is a wonderful spot for kids and the kind of place where holiday memories are made.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
We do not have information on this beach but restrictions may apply (usually from Easter until the end of Summer)
OS grid ref.
SM 8139 3256
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