Pwll Gwylog is one of Pembrokeshire's secret, secluded beaches and is situated a short walk away from the busier Pwllgwaelod. The beach is composed of shingle and some gravelly sand, and flanked by crumbling cliffs of slate. The shingle bank at the back of the beach is made up mostly of thin rounded pieces of slate, which are ideal for skimming or building towers. Access to the beach is down a steep path to the eastern side, and the nearest parking is at Pwllgwaelod. It's a good beach for sunbathing, snorkelling or swimming.
The name 'Pwll Gwylog' translates as 'Guillemot Pool'. The photos were taken at low tide.