Porth Cae-du (above) is a cove of sand and rocks on the south side of Holy Island, and just a short walk from the much busier Borthwen, and a good place to escape the crowds. Porth Gorslwyn is just to the east, and is mostly pebbles with some low-tide sand.
The names Porth Cae-du and Porth Gorslwyn translate as 'Pitch Black Cove' and 'Marshgrove Cove'. The photos were taken an hour after low tide.
(The map may show the nearest postal address as the destination)
Please enable Printing of Background Images in your Browser Print Settings to show this page correctly.
Link to this page:
Ad Blocker Detected!
It takes time and money to keep sites like this running and up-to-date. This is one of the most informative Beach Guides available and without advertising revenue would not be viable. If you want sites to remain available and free-to-use, turn off your Ad Blocker or add this site to your White-list.