Stopped here on the way back from St David's as it looked so enticing from the road. The beach itself stretches for over a mile and the sand is firm to walk on once the tide has gone out. There are some pebbles and rocks in it but nothing to make walking difficult. There is also very little rubbish on the beach which was good to see.
As others have said there is a pebble bank to negotiate between the car park and the beach - there are boardwalks up to the top of the bank but you then have to find your way down the other side (there are obvious slopes where others have flattened the pebbles). The trick then is to find the easy way back up from the beach.
There are toilets available in the car park and a cafe at either end of the beach.
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