Blue Lagoon – Abereiddy

Time for a stroll with Toby – down to the beach at Abereiddy and a walk to the Blue Lagoon, formed from all the slate quarrying years ago.

Only ten minutes away – Abereiddy beach, famed for its graptolites fossils and the blue lagoon
The slate workings cause the water to take on the blue colour
The slate was taken from here either by boat or on a tramway all the way to Porthgain
Viv likes all the geology here
Just a bit further on is one of the biggest, sandy beaches on this stretch of coast, not easy to reach – no vehicular access and on foot, there’s a huge metal staircase to tackle – Traeth Llfyn – see
All wrapped up – it was a nippy day . . . . looking forward to the Spring & Summer
Toby doesn’t seem to mind the weather
Still can’t get over how lucky we are to be here and to get this ever changing view from our house