An idyllic wide pebble beach, half a mile from the nearest road and appearing truly isolated. Also accessible from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, it has a stretch of sand at low tide and earth cliffs to the rear, which lead to pasture and woodland.
Great opportunities for exploring include bluebell woods on the path from the road, a marshy area full of wildlife just inland from the beach, a ruined cottage, and rock pools. Also look out for ancient tree stumps to be found at low tide, a result of ice sheets melting, and drowning a forest over 6000 years ago. Suitable for bathing, sea angling and surfing, although there is a strong current. Check the weather live using the local Preseli Venture webcam. Limited roadside parking for up to 10 cars near the footpath to the beach. The nearest facilities are in nearby Mathry. Dogs permitted all year round. No lifeguard. Marine Conservation Society recommended.
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