Giltar Point is at the far end of Tenby South Beach and fishes well for a couple of hours either side of low water, when bass can be caught on float using sandeel or crab. Rotten-bottom rigs are advisable due to the rough ground. During strong currents through the Sound, spinning or lure fishing is preferable to bottom or float fishing. Other common species here include pollack, mackerel, garfish, wrasse, rockling and the occasional small conger.

Penally is on the A4139 southwest of Tenby. There is a car park near the railway station. A path leads from there to the beach. Please note that the first part of this path goes past a firing range and may be closed from time to time. Walk south down the beach to the point.

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