More info: Saundersfoot is a small seaside resort located between Tenby and Amroth. The very popular sandy beach is a favourite destination for families and has shallow water, ideal for swimming.
The harbour is at the south side of the village and has a fortress like appearance with stout stone walls. The harbour was built in 1834 and at that time was used by sailing colliers and fishing boats which served the village’s original industry of coal export and fishing on a commercial scale.
The harbour offers the opportunity to take fishing and sightseeing trips along the Pembrokeshire coastline. There is easy access from Saundersfoot to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path for walkers.