I just wanted to sing the praises of this unspoilt Pembrokeshire beach. I have been visiting this beach since 1974 and to my mind the view when approaching the beach from Haverfordwest is one of the best panoramic views in the UK. The beach is silky golden sands that stretch for almost 2 miles with rock caves and pools to explore at each end. On extreme low tides you can walk among the remains of a forest which has been submerged since the Bronze Age, while at normal tides you can try your hand at surfing or simply enjoy a good walk. and when you get back from your walk you can enjoy a pint in the beach side pub the Duke of Edinburgh. There are plans to move the main road away from the beach front so this will change the aspects of this wonderful beach, so if your in the area get down to Newgale and enjoy the view before it changes.