Saundersfoot, South West Wales
Soon to become the venue for the 2022 World Coastal Rowing and Beach Sprints Championships, this tiny town will be seen on a global stage.
Beach is relatively sheltered from the prevailing winds but the occasional swell will make it through.
Access to the town is best following the A478 to the Twycross roundabout, then turning left into Saundersfoot on the B4316 to avoid narrow roads and low bridges. Parking may be best at Coppet Hall or on the harbour front. Check it out before taking large trailers the local clubs confirm its okay and there are showers / toilets too.
Frequently Asked Questions
Pay and display parking - best at Coppet Hall (looks as though it has more space and showers/toilets) or Harbour front (okay for cars) if you take boats.
Careful if you have a big vehicle
We also parked the van at Wisemans Bridge and then rowed back to Saundersfoot but the roads are steep and narrow
Public able to launch
Slipways at beach and quay
Prevailing wind - cross-shore
Public toilets & showers
Cafes, restaurants, chippies