Wisemans Bridge Beach
Wiseman's Bridge Beach is a serene and picturesque spot located along the Pembrokeshire coast, known for its natural beauty and historical significance. The beach features a mix of pebbles and sand, flanked by rugged cliffs and wooded hillsides, offering a peaceful retreat for visitors. It played a notable role during World War II as a rehearsal area for the D-Day landings, adding a layer of historical interest to the location. The beach is connected to nearby Saundersfoot and Amroth by a scenic coastal path, providing excellent walking and cycling opportunities.


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Our Day at Wisemans Bridge Beach

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There is a small parking area near the beach at Wiseman's Bridge. During busy periods, additional parking might be found along the roadside or in nearby Saundersfoot, with a pleasant walk back to the beach. Arriving early during peak season is recommended to ensure parking availability.


From Tenby, take the A478 north towards Kilgetty, then follow signs for Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge. Follow the coastal road to reach Wiseman's Bridge. Parking is available near the beach, though it can be limited during peak times. The beach and the pub nearby are well-signposted, making them easy to locate.


Unsure about public toilets in this area as its quite rural.


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