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Poppit Sands Beach

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Abby
Abby
July 3, 2020
At the mouth of the Teifi Estuary, Poppit Sands is a sandy beach backed by dunes. At high water, there is plenty of beach but it’s a low tide when the full extent of sand appears to go almost to Gwbert on the other side. Don’t attempt a crossing, though, the currents are too strong. Watch the tide…
Julie
Julie
June 28, 2020
Beautiful large sandy beach. Cardigan Bay coastline is renowned for Dolphin spotting.
Dagmarr
Dagmarr
June 28, 2020
Ample parking, toilets, Life Guards and a cafe that sell great lovely pasties and ice cream. Easy to spend the whole day here, relaxing, swimming and exploring.
Xochi
Xochi
January 6, 2020
After a walk on the beach, call into the beach cafe for a great coffee and snack
Will & Sue
Will & Sue
November 29, 2019
One of many special beaches in Pembrokeshire. Definitely worth a visit.

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Natural Feature
“Ceibwr is the perfect starting point to join the Pembrokeshire Coastal path for walks to both Newports Sands and Poppit Sands. Both are approximately 8 miles away. Ceibwr is our local, secluded cover where you can relax, watch the sunsets and enjoy unspoilt views.”
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Spiritual Center
“Pretty abbey ruins which are great for exploring, allows dogs and has a lovely tearooms. On a Tuesday a great outdoor food market is next door. ”
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Point of Interest
“The best preserved cromlech in Wales. It's set in a magical location...not to be missed!”
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Annað útivist
“A great place to visit to get a feel for what life was like for the locals before tourism caught on!”
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Bar
“Great food, lovely atmosphere, excellent staff, fantastic location and live music.”
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