Pedn Vounder beach is sandy with the cliffs of Treryn Dinas. The eastern headland of the beach is the location of Logan Rock, a rectangular block of granite which can be rocked back and forth by one person.
At high tide the beach disppears.
As the name suggests 'pedn' (head, end) and 'vounder' (road) this is a beach with no facilities. The beach is not easy to get to as it is not close to any car parks and the final stage of descent from the cliff path requires some climbing down steep rocks at the western end.
We have no dog information for Pedn Vounder beach.
Signs warn that swimming off the far side of the sand bar is dangerous due to strong currents.