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Traeth y Coubal

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Traeth y Coubal

Traeth y Coubal is a secluded beach about a mile west of New Quay. It is made up of some course sand, pebbles and rocks, and backed by high cliffs of mudstones, slates and shales. Access is via a steep, narrow path which leaves the coast path at its lowest point behind the beach. The peace is only spoilt by commentary from the regular sight-seeing boat trips passing just offshore. Parking is either at New Quay, or on the road to St Tysilios Church (see Traeth Soden).

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