Neyland Slip Beach, Beaches Neyland, Pembrokeshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Milford Haven Neyland Pembrokeshire Wales
Neyland Slip beach in Neyland, Pembrokeshire is a slipway and beach area. Neyland was a busy harbour and fishing village in the parish of Llanstadwell. The beach is made up of shingle and mud and is a popular area for watersports such as sailing and there is also a yacht club located on the northern bank of the River Cleddau. The River Cleddau (Afon Cleddau) is the combination of the eastern and western Cleddau rivers. The two rivers form the Daugleddau Estuary which, in turn, forms the Milford Haven harbour. The Cleddau Bridge nearby crosses the river and links Neyland to Pembroke Dock. Other attractions at the beach include boating, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and a marina.
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