Situated a short distance from the small village of Angle, where St Mary’s Church is well worth a visit, West Angle Bay beach is a sheltered spot at the mouth of the busy Milford Haven Waterway. It’s a fine beach for rockpooling and swimming and is also located on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The beach is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and is where the green starfish Asterina phylactica was first identified.
What the beach means to Jennifer.
On the beach with Gareth and Kathy.
The natural beauty of West Angle Bay.