The Beach at Amroth is a south facing, sandy beach with a pebble bank above the tide line. It is said that at extremely low tide the stumps and trunks of an ancient submerged forest can be seen here. The cliffs at the western end of the beach are unstable and should be avoided. Between first of May and 30th September dogs are not allowed on the Beach.
Amroth and it's beach mark the beginning of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
There is a partial dog ban in force at Amroth Beach from 1st May to 30th September.
Parking is available along the coastal road and there is also a car park just a short walk away in Amroth village.
Toilets are at the west end of the beach. Restaurants, Pubs and a small shop are just accross the road from the Beach.