Caerfai Bay near St Davids in Pembrokeshire has cliffs of purple sandstone and a sandy beach at low tide reached by steep steps. There is free parking above the beach with picnic benches and views of the islands of Skomer and Skokholm.
Caerfai is a mile and a half from the cathedral city of St Davids, making it the closest beach. It can be reached by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Nearby is the Chapel of St Non which is the most westerly in the county, and indeed in Wales.
Caerfai Farm is 140 acres producing organic milk, cheeses, potatoes, pigs, beef and cereals using sustainable energy sources, including solar, geothermal, wind and biomass energy. The farm also has a shop and a campsite.
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