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Stackpole Quay

Beaches of Pembrokeshire

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Beach Overview

Stackpole quay is a very small harbour, managed by the National Trust. It’s hidden away amongst the headland of the area and provides a serene spot to visit.

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The beach is only revealed at low tide and is a pebble beach. This is popular with kayakers and canoeists who like to explore the local cliffs and caves that can be accessed via this beautifully clear water. Watersports can be booked here with Outer Reef Surf School.

Car Parking

There is a National Trust car park, which is free to members.


There are toilets within the car park too, these have disabled facilities.

Beach Access

From the car park, access up to the beach area is level, making it easily accessible for wheelchairs and prams. Access onto the beach is then a concrete slipway and the beach is stony. Beach mobility vehicles are available at Stackpolehere

There is a cafe just behind the harbour, which can provide a variety of refreshments.

Features and facilities

Dog Friendly

Dog friendly beach all year round

car parking

Large National Trust car park


Public toilets in car park - disabled facilities


Outer Reef Surf School

beach access

Access is level from the car park, up to the beach itself - mobility vehicles available

Eat & Drink

Café on the harbour


Fishing from the Quay onto mixed ground.



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