Porth Ty-mawr is a remote, sheltered beach of shingle and sand with plenty of low tide rock-pools, and backed by a steep bank of grass with cliffs to the side. A small stream tumbles over the cliffs onto the beach. There are a few ways down to the shore, all involving a bit of a scramble.
Porth Ty-llwyd (Grid Ref : SH188333) is a completely rocky cove to which access is a scramble down the grassy slopes and rocks at the back of the beach. A convenient bench on the coastal path overlooks it from the north side, whilst a rock platform on the south side, high above the sea, is popular with anglers.
The photos were taken at low tide.