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At the foot of steep cliffs, accessible only via a long flight of metal steps, Traeth Llyfn is a sandy beach on the Pembrokeshire's west coast between Porthgain and Abereiddy. With no road access, it's a beach which never gets crowded even in the height of the summer. There are strong undercurrents - and no lifeguard - so this isn't a suitable beach for young or inexperienced swimmers. As the tide comes in parts of the beach can become cut off from the steps, so knowing the tide times is useful.

Traeth Llyfn beach, Pembrokeshire
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