Autumn days on Pembrokeshire beaches

Amroth sunset

We had an amazing summer travelling the length and breadth of the country and have really enjoyed meeting so many new customers and catching up with those of you who keep coming back to expand your iSea wardrobes! Have you spotted yourself on our iSea instagram feed yet?

Looking back and moving forward
Autumn brings with it a time for reflection – and we’ve had our best year yet, so it’s a pleasure to look back on. It’s also a time for contemplation and planning. We’ve got some really exciting things coming up later this year, and I can’t wait to share them all with you, once they’re out of the whirring creative stages in my brain and into reality. One of my favourite ways to mull things over and to make big decisions is to head to the beach. Whether I’m losing myself in waves, walking alongside a spectacular sunset or beach-combing for hidden treasures, the coast is the place to clear my mind, or to mull things over, and where ideas and solutions to problems just pop into my head. With that in mind, we thought we’d let you know about some of our teams’ favourite beaches, and we really are spoilt for choice in Pembrokeshire.

Jaz chases waves
Freshwater West is my favourite beach at the moment. We organise a beach clean there twice a year and we always find lots of cool things hidden under rocks and in the seaweed. I love that you can have a really long walk on Fresh West, and it’s a good spot for surfing too. Cafe Mor is also a big hit with me!

Cez gets nostalgic
There’s nothing better than walk down at Penbryn, Cardiganshire (she’s a northerner!) when the wind is picking up – it’s so invigorating. I love heading through the woodland trails that bring you to the most beautiful unspoilt beach. I spent so much time here as a child and the ruggedness of the coastline always made me feel like I was in Jurassic Park! I love taking my dog for a walk there in the winter, when it’s quiet. It’s the perfect way to blow the cobwebs away.

Flo goes in search of adventure
My favourite bit of the beach is usually the rock face down to it! West Angle Bay is great for scrambling along the cliffs – that whole area is punctuated with cool rocks and boulders and interesting cracks and crevices that turn a walk into a climb. It’s a great spot for beach-combing too – I’ve found so many weird and wonderful there.


Marie finds a hidden treasure
I love Porthselau beach in St David’s. It’s a tiny beach with limited access, so it never gets too busy! I’ve been going there since I was a kid and have so many happy memories there. My favourite thing is to lie back in the sand and listen to the crashing waves – it’s so relaxing. You also get a beautiful view of St David’s head and Whitesands beach from the cliffs.


Anna keeps it local
I feel so lucky to have the beautiful Amroth beach on my doorstep. Whenever I’m working away, I love that first glimpse of the sea as I drive over the hill which means I’m nearly home. Amroth is the place I run, the place I relax and a great place to spot all sorts of sea life. I love the sense of community here too – over 100 people turned up to our last beach clean here. I find a lot of inspiration for my illustrations here – it really is a magical place.


Other beaches we thought deserve a mention…(too many to list them all!)
Newgale – a fave spot for surfing!

Barafundle Bay – has been named one of the world’s best beaches

Barafundle Beach
Broadhaven South – Has a great kids’ surf life saving club

Broadhaven South surfing

Tenby – A beautifully colourful seaside town with several beaches

Abereiddy Bay – Beautiful walks along the coast path with the Blue Lagoon a must visit.

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