Ceibwr Bay (Welsh: Bae Ceibwr) is a bay opening into the Irish Sea in Pembrokeshire, west Wales. It is about 7 km west of Cardigan, and 3 km south of the headland of Cemaes Head. It is owned by the National Trust, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
The elevated landscape at Ceibwr Bay is made up of spectacular cliff folds, part of the Nant Ceibwr valley leading through the village of Moylegrove, originally formed by glacial erosion. The river runs out into the Irish Sea through Ceibwr Bay.
Ceibwr Bay is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is owned by the National Trust. The landscape is a significant bird habitat (gulls, fulmar, shag, cormorant and chough) and its natural beauty and striking geological features attract large numbers of visitors all year round. Accessed by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path (part of the Wales Coast Path), its cliff-top walks are not recommended for sufferers of vertigo, but there are picnic areas. From the cliff path, it is possible to observe bottlenose dolphins and Atlantic grey seals.
To the south of the bay is the Witches' Cauldron (Pwll-y-wrach), a collapsed cave. Ceibwr Cove has a small stony beach beside the outflow of Nant Ceibwr and was once a port serving Moylegrove and the surrounding area.
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