Today my family walked to Marloes Sands Pembrikeshire. One of my favourite beaches in the UK, due to its enormous golden sand beach, which is broken up by standing rocks. The contrast with the cliffs and the red and green coloured islands in the back drop makes it such a stunning place.
On the way I had a look for edidble plants. I found much of the usual stuff, like hog weed and wild carrot. On top of this we found a few interesting things like wild wood sage, sea beet and rock samphire.
During the rest of the week we visited several of Pembrokeshire's beaches. It is a truly stunning place and a mecca for finding potentially edible plants.
See my foraging for Spring Edible Plants post for some of the UK most common edible pkants.