These neighbouring coves are on the north side of the Penrhyn Mawr headland, and can be reached by taking the lane signposted for Porth Iago. There is some space for roadside parking in this lane, but care must be taken not to cause obstruction to farm vehicles.
At the end of the metalled lane, a public footpath follows the track straight ahead. The path continues through a gate, then turns right immediately after the first building. Ahead is a field gate which opens onto the coastal path.
Porth Ferin (above) is a small bay of sand and shingle backed by a steep grassy bank, and access to the shore is a scramble down the bank.
The slightly narrower Porth Bach is just to the east, and access to the shore is down a wide path.