Aberfelin Beach (Aber Draw)
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This rocky little cove near the village of Trefin may not have miles of golden sand but it is great for exploring. It has a real air of history and as the tide drops out a plethora of rockpools are revealed. Beyond this there is sand.
Also reachable at low tide is the small island through which a cave runs forming an arch.
Whilst the road runs close to Aberfelin there isn\'t much in the way of parking. You may be better off parking in the village of Trefin and walking the half mile to the beach.
As with many of the beaches along this stretch of the Pembrokshire coast the currents can be strong so swimming is not recommended.
Also known as:
Type of beach
Shingle & rock
Dogs friendly beach?
- Town centre nearby
OS grid ref.
SM 8334 3244
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