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Please rate this beach : Overall rating : 3.7 (3 votes)

Ceibwr Bay

Ceibwr Bay

Ceibwr Bay is reached by a narrow lane along the Nant Ceibwr valley from the village of Moylegrove. Parking is at the roadside, with space for 20 - 25 vehicles. The beach is owned by the National Trust and is mostly pebbles flanked by cliffs of sandstones and mudstones. It's a popular location for scuba divers and canoeists and is good for snorkelling and swimming at high tide. Approximately ⅔ mile to the south-west along the coastal path is the Witches Cauldron or Pwll-y-Wrach - a large collapsed cave formed by the sea eroding the soft shale rocks. There are no facilities at Ceibwr, but nearby Moylegrove has a small car park with toilets.

Access is from the coastal path, which drops down to beach level, and dogs are allowed at all times.

The photos were taken at low tide.

Ceibwr Bay
There is 1 review for this beach :
Date : 05 Apr 2019
Comment : I'm really lucky to live and work just above this beautiful cove. It's owned by the National Trust, and is a site of scientific interest. I walk the dogs here everyday. Its great for a quick dip if it's hot and sunny, or for simply sitting on the little slate bridge contemplating life. It's also a great place to launch a kayak, exploring caves to the left and the right. Take the coastal path to the left for 20 mins and you end up by The Witches Cauldron. www.cwmconnell.co.uk
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