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Blue Lagoon Abereiddi Pembrokeshire

Discover Abereiddy

Abereiddy has a small Blue Flagged beach with a sandbank made of coarse dark grain and grey pebbles flanked by dramatic cliffsides of volcanic and metamorphic rock. Abereiddy beach is best known for the Blue Lagoon which is found just a 5-minute walk from the beach itself.

The Blue Lagoon is a small slate quarry, now flooded by the sea. The man-made wonder of the Blue Lagoon sits within Trwyn Castell promontory, to the north of Abereiddy Beach. Approximately 25m deep, there are surviving platforms built high into the natural rock walls which coasteering groups love to jump. The platforms range from 2m up to 10m, so if you are daring enough it is well worth jumping in. With its picturesque location, ruins dotted everywhere, amazing views, and the enticing deep greeny-blue lagoon to jump into – it’s hard not to love!

Walk along the coast path to nearby Traeth Llynfyn – a quiet sandy and rocky beach between Abereiddi and Porthgain. Backed by towering cliffs, it is reached by very steep metal stairs and because of its remoteness you could easily find you have the whole beach to yourself.

Our favourite things to do in Abereiddy

  • Marvel at the rugged beauty of Abereiddy Bay.
  • Take a dip or relax on the beach.
  • Visit the iconic Blue Lagoon for a unique experience.
  • Explore the nearby Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
  • Join boat trips or kayaking adventures.

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