A picturesque cove and village, with a beach of muddy sand and shingle, sheltered from the prevailing winds provide a safe harbour, ideal for kayakers and boats.
Carreg Sampson, an impressive Neolithic burial chamber, lies west of the beach and a short distance inland. Abercastle is particularly popular with divers, which can lead to congestion if too many cars and trailers are trying to get to the beach.
There is a charge for launching boats which helps pay for village amenities.
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!
What's at Abercastle harbour ?
Concrete ramp: 1:15 to 1:12 for 19 metres, leading on to soft sand.
There are half a dozen spaces alongside the beach or very limited on-road parking.
The nearest facilities can be found in Trefin, with a pub and café and a selection of B&Bs and caravan and camping accommodation. A greater selection of hotels, caravan parks, B&Bs and self-catering accommodation can be found in St Davids.
- Sea Angling
- Shingle Beach
- Slipway or Launching
- Sub Aqua
- Toilets (seasonal)