Alternative Names: St Brides bay.
Type of Dive: Shallow shore dive in a small cove with a shingle and pebble beach.
Suggested experience: Novice
Parking directions: National Park car park, and Google
Distance from Cardiff: 121 miles 2 hrs 15 mins
Lat & Long: 51.754530, -5.186651 Google
Tides: Best dived at high tide. Tide tables
Site entry/exit: Walk down the concrete ramp and enter the water on the left-hand side of the bay. You can dive both sides but the left is better.
Underwater directions: Head out along the edge of the bay over sand until you get to the seaweed area at the mouth of the bay, there are some small walls, extensive kelp, swim troughs and a few overhangs. If you go to the to the right, but further out you can get 20m.
Site Hazards: Boat traffic
Nearest Public phone:
Mobile Network service:
Other comments: Take a DSMB in case you leave the edge of the bay. There are sometimes fishermen along the sides of the bay. Vis here can be poor if there is any significant swell. There are public toilets near the carpark.
Pub: St Brides Hotel
Created by: Finstrokes
Thanks To: Nic Taylor,
Surface Photos: Nic Taylor
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