The small cove of Aber-west (above) lies just below the headland of Dinas Fawr on the north side of St Brides Bay. It has a shore of low-tide sand backed by a very steep bank of rocks and thorny scrub and is NOT easily accessible. I have included it here because these websites : thebeachguide.co.uk / stayinwales.co.uk / dogfuriendly.com / dayoutforkids.co.uk / bestukbeaches.co.uk / bluestonewales.com / pettags.co.uk have all copied mis-information from each other and wrongly claim this beach is accessible. Some even say it has a "gently sloping grassy hill to the rear"! Recently another site which has little interest in telling the truth and has obviously never been there - (sandee.com/united-kingdom/wales/solva/aber-west-beach) claims it's renowned for its vibrant beach scene and has access for disabled people!
Immediately west of Aber-west and connected to it by a short low-tide sea cave is the similar cove of Porth y Bwch. Even with a rope, access from the coast path would be difficult. The only way to reach these beaches is by paddleboard or kayak from nearby Solva.