Newgale. Always open, free admission.
There is a board walk over the pebbles but this involves two steps. Three car parks are available. The first one is immediately on your right. It has a rough surface of loose stones and two designated disability spaces surfaced with tarmac. Beside the spaces is a RADAR key toilet, outside there is a drinking water tap and a drinking fountain.
Two board walks run up to the top of the pebbles, ending in level viewing platforms. The board walk nearer the car park entrance has the steeper slope and the smaller platform, big enough for three wheelchairs. The one nearer to the toilet block has a gentle incline and could accommodate eight chairs. Neither platform has access to the sand, other than by scrambling down the pebble bank.
The sand beach at Newgale is nearly 2 miles long. After a big storm in 1859, Newgale beach was left with a large pebble bank on its land side.
Newgale Pembrokeshire SA62 6AS.
Lying midway between Haverfordwest and St David’s on the main A487. Ordnance Survey Grid reference: SM848224
Always open. Dog restrictions apply to the middle third of the beach between the 1st May and 30th September.
Newgale is connected to St Davids and Haverfordwest via the coastal bus service 400: Puffin Shuttle - See more at: http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/towns-and-villages/newgale-and-roch/#sthash.QsLVjE4m.dpuf
There are three car parks along the length of the beach. Two are pay & display.
Toilets are available on the beach and lifeguards are on duty between the beginning of June to the end of September. There is a surf shop, café and pub at the northern end of the beach.
Surfing board hire and kite surfing tuition are available from the shop. There is a large camp site at the northern end of the beach and a selection of B&Bs, guest houses/self-catering nearby. At the southern end there is a café/beach shop, toilets and a static caravan park.