Built to serve the brickworks and quarries to the west, Porthgain is more of a harbour than a beach. Inside the harbour walls there's a fair amount of sand and just outside the harbour is a sheltered inlet. Facilities at the small village include free parking (some overlooking the harbour), a pub and a cafe (both with outdoor seating), a slipway, toilets, a small shop and cycle parking.
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