The beach is approximately 1 km long and accessed by a single lane track. Limited parking is available alongside the beach, which is popular for swimming, boating, fishing and watersports. The Ceredigion coastal path runs along the beach and this stretch passes interesting features including 5 historic lime kilns at the southern end of the beach. The beach is backed by agricultural land and the village of Llanrhystud which has local services including shops, a post office and a pub. The beach lies in a Special Landscape Area and is also part of an area that has been designated as Heritage Coast, recognition that this is one of the finest stretches of undeveloped coast in England and Wales.
Green Coast and Seaside Award beach. Free parking (limited). Dogs are allowed.