Bullslaughter Bay

Visit Bullslaughter Bay

The unusually named, Bullslaughter Bay is a lovely small bay with a sand, shingle and rocky beach. This part of the South Pembrokeshire coastline has a rich smuggling history and rugged rural scenery.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path winds its way along the limestone cliff top, offering amazing views.

The cliffs at Bullslaughter Bay are a well known sea cliff climbing location. Bass fishing is also popular here.

There are no facilities here, and the area is part of the Castlemartin range. Be aware of the Castlemartin firing times.

To get to Bullsalughter Bay, you have to walk along the path from nearby Flimstone Bay.

This beach is …

  • Bass Fishing Spot
  • Off The Beaten Path
  • Popular With Rockclimbers

What to see and do

  • Walk The Coastal Path
  • Go Rock Climbing

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Places to stay

  • Holiday Cottage

Holiday accommodation near this beach

Have a great day out by the coast

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Getting To Bullslaughter Bay

Beach Location

Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Pembroke SA71 5DS, UK


It is about a 40 minute walk from Stack rocks Car park

Nearest Train

There are no train stations near this beach

You can only get to this beach on foot along the coastal path.

Map of Bullslaughter Bay

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What’s On along the Coast

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