Aberpwll is a small pebbly cove, flanked by cliffs consisting mainly of slates. The foreshore has a good variety of pebbles including mudstones, purple sandstones, quartz pebbles and slates. Two small streams emerge onto the beach and run over the pebbles, but there is not usually much space on the beach (the photo was taken 2 hours after low tide). It's a good beach for snorkelling or wild swimming, and there are caves and lagoons which can be explored. There are no facilities, but there is a campsite at Pwll-caerog farm - a 5 minute walk away.
Aberpwll - good for snorkelling. The beach is top left.
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