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Amroth lies in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is the southern start (or end!) of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. 7 miles east of Tenby, it has a long sandy beach with a petrified drowned forest, which reveals itself when the tide is very low. The petrified tree stumps can be seen poking through the sand and have been dated to the last ice age!

Pubs, cafes and shops are close to the beach and safe swimming make Amroth an ideal family holiday centre.

During the C19th, Amroth was an important anthracite coal mining area, with the coal being shipped out to Bristol and beyond. Ironstone and stone quarrying have also featured in Amroth’s past as has fishing with the local catch of salmon, cod and flatfish being taken to Tenby market for sale.

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Map reference: SN 166070  Lat: 51.73203 Long: -4.65580

Off the A477 St Clears to Kilgetty road west of Llanteg.

Accessible by Public Transport: 4 miles from Kilgetty station


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