Stackpole Quay is a small harbour nestled in amongst the cliffs and is a favourite venue for kayakers who can be seen bobbing up and down exploring the caves and cliffs.
A stony beach is revealed at low tide. From here you can enjoy a walk to the picturesque Barafundle Bay.
Café on the harbour providing full lunches to cream teas. In the surrounding area there is a selection of self catering accommodation owned by the National Trust and in Stackpole village there is a pub providing good food with a fish menu.