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Sea Cave.Lydstep Cavern.

 
Sea Cave.Lydstep Cavern.Pembrokeshire.Wales.
This is a Spectacular Cavern in a secluded
Paradise, only to be reached at low-tide.
A Sea Cave/Cavern with a secret past, also
known as ‘Smuggler’s Cove’.
A Tranquil Beauty of the Pembrokeshire
Coast.

Lydstep Cavern.Jaggard Rocks.

 
Lydstep Cavern.Jaggard Rocks.
This area is only one part of the Stunning
Coastal surroundings that Pembrokeshire has to offer.
A very popular event which is held on Sunday September 16th,2012.
Ironman Wales Event.
There are only 50 qualifying slots allocated for the Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona,Hawaii in 2013.

                                                                                                                                                    The start of the race is at South Beach.Tenby.

Start Time- 7am.
Time Limit- Entire event has a 17hr time limit.

Swim-3.8km. (2.4m)
Bike-180km. (112m)
Run-42km. (26.2m)

Organised by-World Triathlon Corporation.(WTC)
There is an Individual Entry Fee aswell to pay if you want to participate.

Lydstep Cavern Beach 3

 
Lydstep Cavern Beach has
many Sea Caves in one area.
A Sea Cave is formed by the
forces of the sea by waves
seething at the rock face
of a Coast line, this sometimes 
produces huge Caverns.
A typical sea cave is formed
along a weakness in the rock,
like faults, different sediments
or weaker layers.
Faults in the rock sometimes produce chains of caves. Lydstep Cavern Beach is also known as “Bay of Caves”.

Lydstep Cavern Beach.Tide Low.

 
Lydstep Cavern Beach.
A secluded Paradise Beach
only to be viewed at low-tide.
With Jaggard Rocks all around
and splendid Caves to view.
A Great place to visit.

Lydstep Cavern Beach.B+W.

 
Lydstep Cavern Beach.
Also know as “Bay of Caves”,
A tranquil beach only to
be seen at low-tide,Pembrokeshire,
Wales.

Lydstep Cavern Beach.

 
Lydstep Cavern Beach,
A Sensational Secluded beach,
only to be reached at low tide.
Also known as “Bay of Caves”
with Rock Formations all around.