Barafundle Bay in Pembrokeshire has been named one of the best beaches in the world.
The Welsh beach is one of only two UK entries on the list of the top 25 beaches, by online travel magazine, Passport.
The list is made up of beaches from across the globe, with Barafundle Bay standing alongside beaches in Hawaii, Greece, Mexico and Tahiti.
Hidden away close to Stackpole, the beach is in a small bay, backed by sand dunes and pine trees.
It’s only accessible via a half mile walk from the nearest car park.
It’s golden sands and clear waters have led to it being voted, many times, as one of Britain’s best beaches and, now, one of the best in the world too.