Aberbach Beach

Aberbach Beach - Pembrokeshire
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This small pebble cove sits at the bottom of a wooded valley. As the tide goes out, the beach becomes progressively more sandy. However, as the tide returns the beach shrinks rapidly.
The name Aberbach means \“little river mouth\” and there is indeed a little river that runs down the northern side of the beach.

Set amongst the gently rolling countryside of Pembrokshire this little beach has a remote feel to it. It\‘s a bit of a walk to Aberbach; this can be either through the woods or around the coastpath from neighbouring Abermawr.

Type of beach

Sand & pebble

Lifeguard service


Dogs friendly beach?

Dogs allowed

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  • Good fishing

Nearest town


OS grid ref.

SM 8843 3507

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Aberbach Beach Reviews


Jun 20th 2024

Fantastic beach, go when the tides out, great rock pools and snorkelling, the water was turquoise and clear, a hidden gem ????