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Amroth

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Amroth Tourist Information

Amroth is a popular coastal village which can be found in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, about eight miles to the East of Tenby.

The village of Amroth has a couple of shops, cafes and pubs.

The real draw for the village is its beach, Amroth Beach is a glorious sandy beach that stretches the entire length of the village, making it very popular with families.

The village marks the Southern start (or end) of the renowned 'Pembrokeshire Coast Path'. A walk along the beach at extreme low tide reveals the petrified forest, which was destroyed about 7000 years ago by the rising sea levels.

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Amroth tourist information

Amroth is a popular coastal village which can be found in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, about eight miles to the East of Tenby.

The village of Amroth has a couple of shops, cafes and pubs.

The real draw for the village is its beach, Amroth Beach is a glorious sandy beach that stretches the entire length of the village, making it very popular with families.

The village marks the Southern start (or end) of the renowned 'Pembrokeshire Coast Path'. A walk along the beach at extreme low tide reveals the petrified forest, which was destroyed about 7000 years ago by the rising sea levels.

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