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Pwll Landdu & Pwll Edyrn

Pwll Landdu

Pwll Landdu (above) is the only accessible part of the shore between Fishguard and Aberbach. Access from the coastal path is a short steep path, and the shore consists of large pebbles with rocks lower down. The cliffs are mostly igneous rocks with some shale, and some graptolite fossils can be found. On the eastern side is a small cave, and at low tide a gap in the rocks leads to Pwll Edyrn - a secluded cove approximately 40 yards wide consisting of smaller pebbles and some sand, backed by steep banks. This sheltered cove is largely out of sight of the coastal path and would be a good site for a late night barbecue, provided an eye was kept on the tide.

The nearest parking is a lay-by on the A487 just east of Fishguard (Grid Ref: SM962376).

'Pwll Landdu' translates as 'Black shore pool'. The photos were taken at low tide.

Pwll Edyrn
Pwll Edyrn
The back of Pwll Edyrn
The back of Pwll Edyrn
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