is a small sheltered beach owned by the National Trust. A narrow no-through road leads to a P&D car park (mostly grass) on the cliff top which has views out towards Cardigan Island. Facilities include toilets and a small shop/cafe selling snacks and beach goods. A concrete path with 139 steps leads down to the beach which is sand surrounded by high cliffs. North of the beach is the 250' hill of Foel y Mwnt which has views as far as Snowdonia, whilst nearby is the small, whitewashed Church of the Holy Cross.The beach is very sheltered and good for sunbathing and swimming. There is a dog ban in force from 1st May to 30th September.
Looking towards Cardigan Island
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