Welsh village named one of the best seaside resorts – ‘coastal delight’ | Travel News | To travel
Wales’ Pembrokeshire coast is a popular holiday destination. Brits in search of seaside pleasures flock to the area year round and for good reason.
The Blue Flag stretch of sand is a favorite spot for families and swimmers.
On Tripadvisor, Kevin said: “Another coastal Pembrokeshire delight.
“While hiking along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path we had the opportunity to take a break at this well maintained beach with wonderful sea views.”
And Sarah M wrote, “Wonderful.
“My dream beach for walking, lots to explore, a peaceful and beautiful harbor. Lots of beautiful seashells.
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Saundersfoot’s coastal location makes it ideal for a seaside vacation, and there is more to the beach for outdoor enthusiasts.
The walk from Saundersfoot to the hamlet of Wisemans Bridge is highly recommended.
Passing through tunnels, and starting and ending at beaches, the activity is popular with the whole family.
Sionilo said: “The path will take you through a few tunnels, one lit, one very dark and one short.
“Great fun and a lot of kids had torches and were making weird noises.
“Walking each way is about a mile and past the impressive ‘Coast’ restaurant (which was closed the day we were there).
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Saundersfoot, but one deserves special mention.
Coast is a Michelin Guide restaurant on Coppet Hall beach.
Tricia Heaton said: “The location is beautiful, the atmosphere relaxed, the service impeccable without being starchy and the food incredible.
“The food was delicious, inventive and really well presented.”
Gaynor S wrote: “An amazing experience from start to finish. The food is delicious and such a warm and calm atmosphere. We liked it! “