Abereiddy Bay Beach

Place Category: Beaches

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  • Abereiddy Bay is a pebble beach made up mainly of shingle, however, at low tide, fine, dark sand is revealed.

    The beach is popular for boating, surfing, canoeing and is a good spot for fossil hunting. You also have the lagoon which is a favourite for adventure groups.

    Abereiddy is on the northern coast of St Davids Peninsula and is a good starting point for a coastal walk with magnificent cliff scenery.

    Facilities include a car park and ice-cream van during the summer.


  • Tide Times & Heights for Porthgain on 22nd February 2017

    03:54 - High Tide (3.41m)
    10:18 - Low Tide (1.85m)
    16:23 - High Tide (3.47m)
    22:47 - Low Tide (1.73m)

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