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Ceibwr Bay

Nr Newport, Pembrokeshire

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Ceibwr is a rocky cove with a small area of pebble beach. Itís not particularly good for bathing, but is surrounded by superb scenery.

The cove is at the mouth of a stream valley carved out by glacial meltwater. The level platform on the western side is an ancient "raised beach", formed about 125,000 years ago.

Grey seals are often seen here, basking on rocks or swimming in the bay, it is also good for porpoise spotting.

From Ceibwr you can walk along some of the most impressive sections of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path  About 0.6 miles (1 km) to the south-west is the spectacular Witchesí Cauldron (Pwll-y-Wrach), a blow-hole caused by the collapse of a cave roof.

 View of bay taken from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path Philip Halling


Location: Ceibwr Bay, Nr Newport, Pembrokeshire

Grid Reference: SN109458 Ceremonial County: Pembrokeshire

Map Link: StreetMap 

Aerial photo: Google Aerial  

Getting there: From Cardigan take the A487 towards Fishguard and leave onto one of the minor roads leading to Moylegrove. From here, a very narrow road leads to Ceibwr Bay.

Access:
Website: http://www.visitpembrokeshire.co.uk/beaches/Default.aspx?ID=10
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Postcode:  SA43 Telephone:
Opening Times: Access at any time.

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Nearby Locations: Newport
Other Location Pages: Pembrokeshire Coastal Path   Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
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Notes: Limited roadside parking in the very narrow road to the bay. Alternatively you can park in Moylegrove and walk the short distance of 0.7 miles (1.2 km).

 

 

 

 

 


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By: Tracey Park Section: Bay Key:
Page Ref: ceibwr_bay Topic: Beaches, Bays and Coastal  Last Updated: 02/2012

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