On the south western edge of Wales buried beneath dark slate, almost satanic cliffs and a  veneer of black sand coves lies the Beach of Abereiddy(It's Welsh name is Abereiddi). A short walk past the "Blue Lagoon" - a deep, but now claimed by the sea, slate quarry, gives rise to many enclosed coves of deep brown sand. Shafts of stone, rock and slate protrude like volcanic molars, piercing the perfectly settled sand, which play host to the flotsam and jetsam of the wild seas that batter them..