St. Govan's Head - Pembrokeshire
Access, to the Head, is across a Ministry of Defence Firing Range, which is open to the public most weekends and also on public holidays. This limestone plateau was formed some 50 million years ago and supports a profusion of plants. The hard, dry rock and the challenging vertical limestone, make it a popular place for climbers. There are good views of Caldey Island and Old Castle Head from near the Coastguard Station.
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From Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion