Saundersfoot itself is a small fishing village at the foot of a wooded valley. The expansive. sandy south east facing beach has a blue flag and all that a visitor needs, with safe swimming and facilities close by. The immediate vicinity was designated as a conservation area in 1995. At low tide, there’s an interesting walk along the beach to Monkstone Point and its beach beyond. For a more isolated feel, stroll round to Glen beach, via the harbour.
Memories and tranquility at the beach.
Looking out from the harbour wall at Saundersfoot.