Traeth Glangraig is a small cove of slate rocks, shingle and sea stacks. North-facing and backed by high unstable cliffs, it doesn't get much sun. On the east side, a waterfall tumbles down from the top of the cliffs. Access from the coastal path is on the eastern side, and involves a steep descent down a grassy gully followed by some careful scrambling down loose scree at the bottom.
The coastal path near this beach can be reached via a public footpath through the Urdd centre, east of Llangrannog.
The cove on the western side is known as Traeth Cefncwrt. 'Traeth Glangraig' translates as 'Sea Stack Beach'. The photos were taken at low tide.