"Sittin' on the dock of the bay"

Caerfai Bay Beach Weather and Tides

This beach is sandy with a pebble bank above the high tide mark. At high tide the beach is very small, due to cliff formation, however at low tide it becomes much larger and wider. The rural beach faces south west out into the Atlantic Ocean and is backed by sandstone cliffs. At low tide the waters are shallow and a distance from the shore front. The bay and coastal waters form part of the Pembrokeshire Marine Special Area of Conservation and is also designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, which confirms the high conservation status of the Area. The bathing water also lies within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Nearest town: St Davids

Local authority: Pembrokeshire Council

OS Grid Reference: SM761242

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Weather

Forecast for the next five days

Thursday
17 January


Chance of rain 6%
Max temp. 6°C
(feels like 3°C)
Wind 5mph, gusting to 8mph.
NNW
Pressure 1017
Humidity 62%
UV Index
Air Quality

Friday
18 January


Chance of rain 89%
Max temp. 9°C
(feels like 5°C)
Wind 7mph, gusting to 11mph.
SSE
Pressure 1008
Humidity 88%
UV Index
Air Quality

Saturday
19 January


Chance of rain 38%
Max temp. 8°C
(feels like 5°C)
Wind 3mph, gusting to 5mph.
S
Pressure 1005
Humidity 89%
UV Index
Air Quality

Sunday
20 January


Chance of rain 18%
Max temp. 7°C
(feels like 3°C)
Wind 3mph, gusting to 6mph.
NNW
Pressure 1020
Humidity 81%
UV Index
Air Quality

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