Directions - From Carmarthen
- From Carmarthen take the A40 towards St Clears
- At St Clears roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A477
- At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A478
- Turn left onto the B4316
- Turn right onto Wogan Terrace/B4316
- Follow the road down into the village
Parking is available at the following places - please note they are all pay and display.
Regency Hall Car Park, Saundersfoot SA69 9EN – Pay and Display
The Harbour Car Park, The Harbour, Cambrian Place, Saundersfoot, SA69 9HE – Pay and Display
Coppet Hall Beach Centre Car Park, Coppet Hall, Saunderfoot, SA69 9AL – Pay and Display (10 minute walk into Saundersfoot)
Toilets are located at the beachfront.
Also at the entrance of the Regency Car Park, Saundersfoot Regency, Saundersfoot, SA69 9EN
Where to eat?
A number of local eateries have agreed to open early Saturday morning for the spectators, athletes and their supporters offering a selection of breakfasts and drinks.
If you are looking for somewhere to eat the night before or after the race please click here.
Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in either direction is great. A flat path suitable for bikes, wheelchairs and pushchairs takes you to Coppet Hall and Wisemans Bridge in one direction and to Tenby in the other.
Although the distance to Tenby isn't great, the path is rough and there are a number of descents and climbs as the path drops down to some little coves like Waterwynch. The path meanders through the woods which are full of bluebells in May.
Near Saundersfoot is Battlefield LIVE! A laser combat centre, which is similar to paintballing but without the bruises!
Saundersfoot pleasure boats run boat trips out of the harbour.
The main attraction is the beach. The main beach is a family bathing beach, which has a dog ban in place between May and September. If you do have dogs, walk along The Strand to find a path down to the beach near the tunnel. This is where the dog ban ends. Anything east of here towards Coppet Hall is OK for dogs. Take a look at a map of the beach which will help explain the restircted area
If you fancy a quieter low-tide beach, Glen beach can be accessed via The Harbour. Walk right round to the west side. It's easier than crossing the stream that flows out of The Harbour at low tide.
The National Trust run Colby Woodland Garden is nearby. They have a great scrapbook for children called 50 things to do before you're 11¾. Pick one up at the shop and tick off as many as you can.
There is a train station called ‘Saundersfoot’ but it’s a mile out of the village and there are no facilities there at all so you need to arrange to be picked up. If you need a bus or a taxi, get off at Tenby station instead. There are good bus services into Tenby or along the coast to Amroth and Pendine.
Saundersfoot host a range of events throughout the year including their St Nicholas Christmas fair and the famous New Years Day swim.