Porthgain Harbour Beach
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?
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round
- Good fishing
- Pub nearby
OS grid ref.
SM 8139 3256
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