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This beach is fairly accessible with a pay and display car park, located just below the castle. Well kept toilets are available there too. The beach is one of many along the Pembrokeshire coastal path so is popular with walkers. It is unspoiled and was...More
4 of us spent a great hour walking from the car park to the tides edge. The beach was fairly quiet with a few children & a few dogs. It was in great condition with no rubbish & fantastic sand. Then walked up on to...More
Manorbier beach is beautiful.This is such a lovely place and relaxing, it is a gem! It's a very clean beach, surfers like it! I tended to go in the mornings when it was quieter and it was just bliss sitting on the beach enjoying the...More
Wonderful unspoilt beach with sand galore (good for castles or ball games), rock pools, stream for damming, interesting geology, cliff top walks to the sides, and good breaks for surf and body boarding. Plus Manorbier castle as a fine backdrop.
5 mins walk to access...More
Visited yesterday after visiting Manorbier Castle, just a 5 min walk from the pay and display car park. Pleasantly surprised by the lovely secluded and sheltered beach at the end of the path. Great sand for the kids to play and paddle in the sea,...More
-Wow its a very beautiful.
-There is this little stream that goes from the Top of the hill to the sea.
-The rocks were amazing blues, greens, reds and grays.
-Excellent place for surfing
-Great place for rock pooling.
- however be very carefull because...More
Had a fantastic time at this beach - reliving my A' Level Biology field trip experience at Orielton studying shore life and habitats on a rocky beach. Sandstone rocks still caked in barnacles and limpets with loads of bladderwrack.
Also had a relaxing walk on...More