Named after a ship 'The Lefesig' which was wrecked here, Porth Lefesig (also known as Porth Fesyg - above) is a sheltered cove of coarse sand, approximately 100 yards wide with rock-pools to either side. It is backed by steep banks and the easiest access to the shore involves criss-crossing the bank to avoid the steepest parts. A public footpath leads directly to the beach from the nearby lane at Grid Ref SH189320. The 'Public Footpath' sign appears to be missing, so you need to follow the field boundary in the more south-westerly of the two fields. If you park here be sure not to cause obstruction to farm traffic.
A short walk westwards brings you to Porth Widlin, which is a beach of shingle backed by the usual grassy banks.
The photos were taken at low tide.