Abereiddy Travel Guide

Situated in south-western Wales, the charming town of Abereiddy is famous for its beautiful sandy beach. People travel here from all over Wales and other parts of the United Kingdom to soak up the sun and a number of amenities can also be found lining the beach.

Abereiddy also makes a good place to use as a base while exploring the surrounding countryside and nature lovers will find plenty of pretty hiking trails to follow, while the town itself offers some great accommodation offers and shops that sell traditional Welsh handicrafts.

Things to see and do in Abereiddy

It takes around forty minutes to follow the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path from Abereiddy to Porthgain and this is the perfect activity to enjoy on a sunny day. The path also leads walkers south around the picturesque St David’s Head before continuing to Whitesands Bay.

Abereiddy, Wales

Overlooking Abereiddy Beach on the Pembrokeshire coast of Wales.

The unusually dark sand scattered with pebbles really makes Abereiddy beach stand out, but the main thing that draws visitors here is the crystal clear water that laps the shore. A large n umber of water sports are just waiting to be enjoyed here, while visitors who take stroll along the beach will be able to explore a row of ruined cottages.

Another great place to take a dip and unwind for a while is the Blue Lagoon. Here, a small former slate quarry has been flooded by the sea and is a great place for diving and taking part in a range of other types of aquatic activities.

People who have a strong sense of adventure can try their hands at Celtic Quest Coasteering. Groups are given the chance to take part in cliff jumping as well as rock climbing and swimming by a local company and equipment and demonstrations are provided.

The perfect way to experience the beauty of the area in comfort and style is by taking a boat trip around the nearby Ramsey Island. Visitors while have the chance to admire the various types of sea birds that can be found here, while lucky visitors will also be able to check out the island’s seal population and watch porpoises and dolphins cavorting amongst the waves.

Climate conditions

People who want to spend time getting back to nature such make sure they check out Abereiddy in the summer months of June to August. Rainfall is generally at a minimum during the summer months, while temperatures start to rise notably from the middle of May and still reasonably high until the start of September.