Dale is an unspoilt village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The traditional activities of agriculture and fishing still take place and have been joined by tourism as a major aspect of the area. The village is a popular location for family holidays – safe beaches and lots of water-based activities such as sailing, swimming, surfing, kayaking and windsurfing. The area has an abundance of wildlife including birds, seals, dolphins and porpoise. The cliffs and coastal path also provide stunning views and the chance to see a wide variety of beautiful wild flowers. Its location on the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path make the village a centre for walkers and those wishing to explore the offshore islands and their flora and fauna.
The Dale peninsula is at the extreme south west tip of Pembrokeshire, which itself is the county at the far south west corner of Wales. The village lies in a sheltered valley with beaches at both its west and east facing ends. West Dale faces directly towards the wild Atlantic whilst Dale beach is sheltered and a mecca for watersports. Have a look at the view from the WebCam