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Information on Beaches

Tenby Beach

When visiting the beach please ensure that you familiarise yourself with the meaning of the flags that are flying.  The flags are provided to ensure that everyone has a happy, enjoyable and safe day at the beach.

  • Red and Yellow Flags indicate a bathing area which is patrolled by RNLI Lifeguards this is the safest place to swim.
  • Red Flags indicate rough seas or danger and it is not safe to bathe.
  • Black and White "quartered" flags indicate a surfing or craft area on beach (this will vary from beach to beach depending what the local craft issues are).
  • The Orange Windsock indicates an off shore wind which means it is unsafe to use inflatable toys or dinghies.
  • If in Doubt ask the RNLI Lifeguards for advice

We also provide notice boards on all of the award beaches which give a range of useful information regarding beach awards, bylaws, management, safety and environmental information.

Please keep your dogs under control and out of the restricted areas at all times from May to September inclusive (please read the notice boards for full details of the dog restrictions)

Please take your litter home, use the appropriate bin or recycle it.

If you have any concerns of suggestion please contact:

Your contact is / Eich person cyswllt yw:
Chris Payne
Leisure Services Manager / Rheolwr Gwasanaethau Hamdden
County Hall / Neuadd y Sir
Haverfordwest / Hwlffordd
Pembrokeshire / Sir Benfro
SA61 1TP
Tel: (01437) 776005
ID: 5912 Revised: 14/12/2016