Traeth Glangraig is a small cove of rocks, shingle and sea stacks. North-facing and backed by high 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. 'Traeth Glangraig' translates as 'Sea Stack Beach'.
The photos were taken at low tide.