A small rocky cove at high tide, sandwiched between towering cliffs 1 mile south of St Davids. The rocks around Caerfai are multi coloured with a mixture of grey, green and vivid pink.
At low tide a sandy beach is revealed with plenty of rock pools to explore. Beware as there are strong currents in the sea off Caerfai.
Access to the beach is down a steep winding path.
If you’re planning to visit, check out the tide times to make sure you’ve plenty of beach to play on and that you don’t get cut off by the incoming tide!
Seaside Award (Rural) 2016 and Green Coast Award 2016
Parking at the top of the beach for approx. 50 cars and it’s free!
On shore facilities
Nearest facilities are in the city of St Davids. St Davids is a popular city; it earns its city status from the magnificent St Davids Cathedral built, along the banks of the Rive Alun, in 12th Century. National Park Visitor Centre (open all year), numerous cafes, pubs and restaurants, many interesting shops and a good choice of hotels, caravan parks, B&Bs and self catering in St Davids and surrounding area.