Freshwater East


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The village of Freshwater East is located next to a sheltered bay near Lamphey in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in south-west Wales. The majority of the village is located on the cliff overlooking the bay. It is about 7 miles from Pembroke, to which there is a twice daily bus service. The village has a restaurant and pub. It has a wide sandy beach with sand dunes called The Burrows which are a local nature reserve. There is a stream, running through the beach at the southern end and low cliffs at the eastern end provide some little bays. It's a great family beach with conditions generally safe for swimming, although there is no lifeguard service. The beach is also dog friendly. Long ago, Freshwaters secluded beach made it a favourite with smugglers. These days it is popular for surfing, kitesurfing, swimming, diving and fishing. There is lots of great walking in the area, including on the coastal path in either direction. Walk east to Swanlake Bay and on to Manorbier where the red sandstone cliffs will take your breath away. Walking west you will find Stackpole Quay and Barafundle Beach.


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