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Aber Bach

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Aber Bach

Aber Bach is a small cove about 3 miles east of Fishguard. Access is about a ½ mile walk along public footpaths from Dinas Cross. There are a few parking spaces in Dinas Cross on the north side of the A487 opposite the tennis court. From here (facing north) take the bridleway on the left until it meets a narrow lane (this bridleway shares its route with a small stream for about 10 yards), turn left to the bottom of the hill, then right along a track just before crossing the stream at the bottom. Do not try to park on the lane since it is very narrow and does not have any suitable parking places.

The beach is sandy at low tide, and looks out towards Fishguard. A stone seat near the path junction provides a convenient place to stop for a break.

The photo (above) was taken at low tide.

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Looking out to sea
Looking out to sea
There is 1 review for this beach :
Name : Deirdre Cutts
Date : 22 Apr 2015
Comment : We have visited our relatives in the area for over 40 yrs, and no holiday is complete without a visit to Aberbach. The place is so peaceful, and really should remain a secret.....!
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