West Angle Bay, Pembrokeshire, 15th March 2016
West Angle Bay is located on the western end of Angle village in southern Pembrokeshire with a few features nearby along with a holiday park close to the bay. It is a narrow beach which can be affected by strong currents however when at low tide, a large area of sand is revealed for everyone to enjoy. What is also great when visiting West Angle Bay is the parking area is free, so visiting the beach or deciding to go for a coastline walk is ideal. This stretch of Pembrokeshire coastline along Angle Peninsula is a long one that can be walked as far to Freshwater West with rugged coastlines, remnants from World War 2, Chapel Bay Fort & Museum, the fort on Thorn Island & the remains of East Blockhouse. I have taken images of all features around West Angle Bay in the past however i concentrated on the beach this evening. Also next to West Angle Bay is Wavecrest Cafe with varying opening times depending on season.
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