Newport Beach Cardigan Bay

Newport Parrog Beach and Sand Dunes Cardigan Bay Pembrokeshire
Photo Newport Parrog beach Cardigan Bay – ©Crown copyright (2019) Visit Wales

Newport Parrog beach

Great for rock pools and at low tide it is possible to wade across to Newport Sands but this stretch has strong tides and is not recommended for swimming. The coast path runs along the beach here and is worth exploring in either direction.

Newport Beach Pembrokeshire Cardigan Bay is great for all activites by R Davies
Newport Sands Beach Pembrokeshire Cardigan Bay – ©Crown copyright (2019) Visit Wales

Newport Sands Beach

Traeth Mawr ‘big beach’ commonly referred to as Newport Sands is across the estuary from Newport town and below Newport golf club. To walk to it from the town, cross the bridge over the estuary and take the first track on your left to hug the riverside along to the beach. Round the dunes you will find a beautiful stretch of beach with shallow bathing.

Facilities at Newport Sands Beach

Awards Seaside (rural) Bathing Yes
Type of Beach Sandy + Dunes Café Yes
Car Park Yes Sea Angling Yes
Toilet Yes Dogs Yes
Disabled Access Yes + beach wheelchairs Pub serving food in Newport or golf course
Beach wheelchair available in the summer  dogs allowed Seaside Award

Comments

Beach Wheelchairs are available for hire the parking attendant, please be patient as parking attendant must also manage car parking. Tel: National Park Headquarters 01646 624800. Email info@pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk

There is a great section of the Pembrokeshire coast path from Newport to Moylegrove with the return either on foot or by bus and a bike ride along lovely lanes to Cardigan

The sand dunes have a wide range of wild flowers such as the Common Spotted Orchid

Where to stay near Newport Beach