Facilities & access


  • Free parking - Porthgain village, Abereiddi beach (not National Trust), limited parking; Abercastle Harbour, limited parking; Abermawr Woods, limited roadside parking
  • Pub and caf├ęs in Porthgain village
  • Gift shop and visitor centre in St David's
  • Picnic areas - along the stretch of coastline. Please take litter home with you
  • Dogs - welcome along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and allowed on beaches at Abereiddi, Traeth Llyfn and Abermawr. Please keep them under close control around livestock and take dog mess home
  • Refreshment kiosk in Abereiddi car park from Easter to October
  • Public toilets - located in Porthgain village, Abereiddi, Abercastle and Trefin

Family & children

  • Picnic areas along the coastal path
  • A fantastic area to discover coastal wildlife and geology


  • Mobility parking - no designated accessible parking places, but there is informal accessible parking in Porthgain village and at Abereiddi beach
  • Adapted toilets - Porthgain and Abercastle with RADAR locks (both not National Trust)
  • St David's Visitor Centre and Shop - 4 steps to front entrance
  • Abereiddi beach car park is reverting to a natural state and is an uneven surface, with a stream crossing, making it unsuitable for wheelchair access. A path to the rear of the parking area (not NT) provides an alternative route but the ground is uneven and prone to flooding
  • Pathways - steep climbs out of coves and harbours onto reasonably level, though naturally uneven, cliff top plateau