Seacliff west of Ghasri valley characterised by featured pocketed grey rock which is surprisingly good. Take care as the base of some routes may be sea washed when theres a swell or rough weather.
Drive down the valley taking a left across the valley near a farmhouse to follow a very rough track to a point where a sea cliff plateau opens up. The "Fruitcake" is the rock formation on the right. Park at the side over here. Routes involve an abseil in to belay bolts above sea level.
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