Abereiddi (Abereiddy) Reviews
Unknown until - - - but then - - -. Dec 01, 2010
As you drive from St David's, you see the place in front of you - black - must be mud - - - but what are those people doing on it? - - PLAYING BEACH CRICKET - - and what is the ball doing? - - bouncing! - then that's not mud - - it's black sand!! And it is.
I don't go much for competitions between vastly different beaches - but I have to say that if you'd asked my children, as they were when we spent eight weeks in three years in Pembrokeshire, where they wanted to go, Abereiddi would probably have been the answer.
This would not have been just because of the hard black sand. The cliffs and rocks around the edges of the beach were very inviting. The fact that they could be on the sand within seconds of leaving the car may have had some influence but the clincher was the path round to the Blue Lagoon - that's actually green! This is a flooded mine working and the water is very deep. Just beyond this is a semi-island with a sort of metal ball on top - an irresistable invitation to young children.
It's not only a scenic fun beach but a very convenient one as well - toilet and ice creams being available.
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