Alternative Names: none
Type of Dive: Shore dive with a possible scramble down some rocks at low tide.
Suggested experience: Novice with experienced buddy due to a remote location
Distance from Cardiff: 115 Miles 2 Hrs 23 Mins Google
Parking directions: There is a large car park by the beach in Abereiddy its 290 meters from the entry point.
Lat & Long: 51°56'16.23" N 5°12'33.03" W Google
Tides: Tide tables
Depth: max 25M
Site entry/exit: Simple walk in at high tide or scramble down some rocks at low tide.
Underwater directions: Follow the slope down and to the right keeping in contact with the wall. Descend to your chosen depth and follow the wall around the lagoon. Take your time to examine all the nooks and crannies as there are plenty of small lobsters and crabs hiding here. There are quite a few leopard gobies here as well. The walls are covered with thousands of tube worms. The deeper you go the worse the visibility will become.
Site Hazards: Extremely poor visibility below 13m, and possible cliff jumpers in the summer
Nearest Public phone:
Mobile Network service: Contact me
Accommodation: Plenty of campsites and B&B’s nearby St Davids
Other comments: Take your time although not a long walk from the car park it’s uphill for half of it before descending back down into the lagoon.
Pub: The sloop inn Artramont Arms
Created By: Matt Yates
Cafe: None close to here.
Surface Photos: Matt Yates
Dive Map: Not needed here
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