Ceibwr Bay (Moylegrove)
This remote little beach is mainly pebbles, although there are a few patches of shingly sand to be found. The beach sits at the end of a deep valley with cliffs extending far out along both sides of the cove.
Although there is nothing in the way of facilities here Ceibwr is a popular spot for watersports such as scuba diving, kayaking and snorkelling.
Ceibwr Bay is owned by the National Trust and situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It also lies on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path where the views from the high cliffs are quite spectacular.
This section of the coast is home to some interesting rock formations with its contorted, folded strata. A little way to the south is the Witches’ Cauldron (Pwll-y-wrach), a collapsed sea cave.
The area is also rich in wildlife with the cliffs providing a home to various seabirds while the waters here are a good place to spot otters, seals and dolphins.
Also known as:
Type of beach
Sand & pebble
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round
- Diving & snorkelling
- Good fishing
OS grid ref.
SN 1102 4569
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Ceibwr Bay Reviews
The lower beach is treacherous.
The lower beach comprises boulders covered in very slippery seaweed. This makes access to the sea there dangerous unless you have exceptional balance and reactions.