Abermawr Beach is a secluded spot managed by the National Trust on a peninsula of Wales that is the furthest point west, between St David's Head and Fishguard. The pebble and sand beach is a natural bay with a stony area giving way to a stretch of dark sand as the waters recede and there is good swimming the Blue Flagged water, though no lifeguard on duty. Angling, kiting and surfing are all popular in the spot but beware of the rip currents so only try surfing if you are experienced. The site is also home to a submerged prehistoric forest just offshore that can be seen when the waters are calm.
For the latest opening times, we suggest that you visit the attraction's website.
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