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 small patches of sand. At low tide the beach extends to the north, with a sea-cave running through a rocky islet. Swimming is not recommended due to strong currents.
The road passes near the beach and roadside parking 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 places to park and a shop selling ice creams.