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Sandtop Bay. Caldey Island.

 
Sandtop Bay. Caldey Island.
A secluded sandy beach on
the west side of Caldey Island.
There is now a extended coastal
path to the south-western side
of the island, there is no official
access to the beach itself thou.
A tranquil paradise.

The Entrance.Lydstep Cavern.

 
The Entrance.Lydstep Cavern’s.Pembrokeshire.
A Grand entrance to a Cavern/Sea Cave
at Lydstep Cavern’s.
An image within a photo of  surrounding
beauty and captivating rock formations.
A great area for Abseiling, Orienteering
and also Caving.
This area can only be reached at low tide
so please be carefull.

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 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.

Lydstep Cavern Beach Rocks-Tenby

Lydstep Cavern Beach is one
of  Tenby,s hidden Magical
beaches, with surrounding
caves and rock formations
all around, a Spectacular
beach which is very secluded
and can be only reached at
low-tide.

tenby-lydstep cavern beach-low tide.

This beach is sensational, only to
be viewed at it,s highest glory at
low tide. 
Park at lydstep headland car park,
walk to the right, follow a small path
until you come to a pembrokeshire
coast national park gate.
Descend the steps and follow the
path down, there is a rocky entrance,
but well worth it to see the beach, the cavern,s are an extra bonus.
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tenby-swanlake bay-pembrokeshire.

Swanlake Bay is not an official naturist
beach, but there are some naturists
who use it.
The bay is best approached from East
Moor Farm, where the owners have
provided limited car parking with an
“Honesty Box”.
Go throu the farm and follow the
coastal path signs, the bay is
relatively isolated but it is overlooked
by the pembrokeshire coastal path. 
The rock formations to the left of the beach are a great view.

tenby-lydstep cavern beach-pembrokeshire.

This beach is sensational, only to 
be viewed at it,s highest of glory
and at low tide.
Park at Lydstep Headland car park,
walk to the right and follow a small
path until you come to a National
Trust gate, descend  the steps and
follow the path down, there is a rocky
entrance, but well worth it to view the
caverns.
Smuggler,s cave consists of two entrances, and a skyfight. It is a large sea cave about 300 feet long, with an average passage cross-section of 20 feet wide and 30 feet high. The upper end opens out into a grassy doline, steps and handrails have been provided. The beach is sandy, beautiful and captivating with a few prominent features of rocks which are covered in all different kinds of shells. There is another cave called the Droch, here an entrance 20 feet wide and 50 feet high opens out into a chamber 60 feet wide and 60 feet high. 
Well worth a visit.

 

BroadHaven South.Church Rock.

Broad Haven South offer,s plenty of features and is an excellent beach for bathing. A small picturesque bridge to walk over,with a stream underneath,opening onto a sandy beach with sand dunes and rock pools. 
Here, standing Prominent in front of the beach is Church Rock.
The Coastal views are breathtaking all around. 

 

St Govan,s Chapel-Pembrokeshire.

St Govan,s Chapel is nestled amongst
the rocks, very picturesque and is close
to a car park.

It has a  flight of steps to go down, not for the weak hearted going back up!!!

It is said the number of steps counted are never the same as going down as going back up!!!

The Chapel is dedicated to St Govan, an Irish Abbot of the Sixth Century.

According to Legend he escaped from Pirates by landing here and hiding in a crack in the rocks which miraculously opened to conceal him.

The views along the coast are sensational.