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Wales Beach Guide
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Aberfelin (also known as Aber Draw) is a small rocky cove close to the village of Trefin on Pembrokeshire's north-west coast. It is mostly rocks and rock-pools with some sand. At low tide the beach extends to the north, with a cave running through a small island. Swimming is not recommended due to strong currents.

The road passes near the beach and there is only roadside parking which is very limited. The ruins of an old mill and a slate bridge over a stream are at the back of the beach. There are no facilities here but the village of Trefin is a short walk away and has toilets, a pub, more parking spaces and a shop selling ice creams.

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