I went mainly to see the views and the church, so cannot really comment on the beach itself, only from a distance. The view across the cove was lovely but it seemed quite busy in the water itself. The church was interesting and the views as good as suggested. I did go on a hot day in the middle of August and it was busy but parking was still possible. The drive to the beach was no worse than that to many of the Cardigan Bay coves and whilst I did not use the toilet/cafe facilities, at least there were some, which on many of the beaches are lacking. I suspect off season, the beach is beautiful but even on a crowded summer's day, it was still worth the effort.
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