Abereiddy (usual Welsh spelling: Abereiddi) is a hamlet in the county of Pembrokeshire, in south-west Wales.
It has a small beach which was awarded the Blue flag rural beach award in 2005. A large car park adjoins the beach, where in the summer an ice cream van can usually be found. The beach also has public toilets which are open from Easter to October half-term. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path gives fine walking in both directions. The Common which runs inland behind the beach lies within the Manor of Llanrhian.
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Michael Nickel | Apr 6, 2018
The Blue Lagoon is a beautiful and interesting place at once. It's worth spending a while, exploring this former quarry and the beautiful, colourful slate plates that show all kind of interesting pattern, because they are rich in iron which is corroding/rusting on the surface. We also encountered a "Coasteering" group which was fun to watch. This is definitely a great place for such kind of activities if you are adventurous.
Craig Lish | Apr 15, 2018
A beautiful place to visit with your family and pets. There's a large carpark not far away. This place is very special to me. One of my very first dives in West Wales. After a couple of very strenuous walks back and forth to our van we finally managed to get all our gear by the lagoon. No other divers were there. So we had it to ourselves. Visibility was not bad. We managed a 40 minute dive. Lots of life under there! We managed a maximum depth of around 20 metres if memory serves (must check my logbook). If you are planning on diving here, I highly recommend taking some form of trolly with you! Well worth a visit. Will go back on day.
Clint Fernandez | Mar 5, 2018
A beautiful little cove, mostly hidden and you'll miss it if you aren't lookin for it specifically. nice relatively calm water and is often the site of cliff diving competitions. Good access, with a concrete path most of the way that offers access for users with limited mobility. Nice place to watch the sunset from
Mark Jefferies | Feb 28, 2018
Car park is not the best and although the path to the pool is set for wheelchair access the toilets are up a set of steps? Otherwise a very nice place and we are glad to have visited.
Jacs Williams | Feb 16, 2018
Beautiful location, we visited in February so out of season with plenty of parking. A nice coast walk round to Porthgain too
David Anderson | Apr 25, 2018
If you're visiting the St David's area I recommend coming here! Apparently people like to dive in! We just went for the short walk and the stunning views out to sea. It can get a bit windy up there but worth it for the view
Rick Dee | Apr 28, 2018
Beautiful location, really interesting. Wheelchair access to viewing point overlooking the Blue Lagoon and with stunning sea views. Time your visit so you can watch coasteering groups leaping into the lagoon from various points on the surrounding cliffs!
Aditya Lele | May 30, 2018
A beautiful place to go. an old excavated slate quarry now filled with sea water. There are guided coasteering activities available as equipment for rent. There is a beach close by which adds to the fun. Saw a lot of people diving into the lagoon, although only recommended for experts. The roads approaching this place are narrow and single street. Only downside is the exorbitant parking charges of £4.00. I do not know if there are public toilets here.
Thboyz 6214 | Jun 12, 2018
I don't know where to start! It's beautiful! I have never seen anything like it! Loved it so much that I swam across it and jumped in off the rocks. You must visit this place it's amazing. 100% worth the visit.
Philip Hawkins | May 30, 2018
Amazing place we'll worth the visit. Take your wetsuits for some tombstoning! Beautiful views amenities there and a van that sells snacks and coffee. Be aware £4 to park the car.
Dominic Leney | Jun 21, 2018
Beautiful place, loads of fun to be had including climbing on the rocks, swimming, jumping in the lagoon from various ledges. You can hire equipment from 'Man Up' right on the beach. Parking cost us £4, and overnight was £10.
Elly Garrod | Aug 10, 2018
It’s a fairly long drive down a narrow road (with plenty of passing places) and you get to a lovely black sand beach with very calm water in early August so great for swimming. As far as we could tell the parking was free - £10 if you want to stay overnight. It’s then a very easy walk up and over the see the lagoon and the stunning views. You can go for a walk along the cliff tops, walk down to the lagoon and swim or just watch all the brave cliff jumpers!
hannah weaver | Jul 15, 2018
Absolutely fantastic. The most beautiful of locations. We had so much fun jumping in to the beautiful clear blue water. (Although it was freezing) And dog friendly. We can't wait to go again. Lots more exploring to be done. Toilets close by too. Only £4 to park. Definitely highly recommend.
Sharon Griffiths | Jul 8, 2018
A beautiful,special place that has now become a "tourist attraction". As well as being a stunning place, it is a very fragile environment. By all means come, enjoy, but do show respect to the place and the vast array of wildlife that we share this idyllic part of the planet with. Please stick to the paths, and please dispose of your litter responsibly. Bag it up and bin it. If the bins are full, as they often are due to council cut-backs, take your rubbish home with you. Let's keep Pembrokeshire beautiful for all to enjoy.
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