Saundersfoot is nestled between Tenby and Amroth along the Pembrokeshire Coast and is a wonderful seaside town to visit and explore. With our blue flag beach being the focal point of the village, sit back and relax and enjoy the views.
Saundersfoot is built around its harbour, which was originally built to transport coal from local mines. Today the only remains of the mines that you’ll find is the old tramway and tunnel which features as part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. You can walk along this section of the path which is buggy, wheelchair and bike friendly to nearby Coppet Hall and Wisemans Bridge.
The village of Saundersfoot has a range of places to eat (including Beachside Barbecue and theMarina Fish and Chips) and also a lovely range of shops. The Harbour area is another focal point of the village, and there are plans to develop this area into a Marine Centre of Excellence & National Centre for Coastal Tourism.
Saundersfoot is also a hub for events with the famous New Year’s Day swim, and Harbour Festival just some of the events taking place throughout the year.
St Brides Hill, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire SA69 9NH