Altitude 10m a.s.l
Although the cliffs here are of a lesser stature than elsewhere, the beach is of unsurpassed beauty, and a variety of small coves and zawns provide a very pleasant and sheltered place to climb, having an easterly aspect. There are some characterful little routes worth hunting out which tnd to be nestled amongst some popular fishing spots.
The easiest access to this area is from the large National Trust car park at Stackpole Quay. Walk behind the toilets/tearooms and follow the coastal path south up the steps into the field at the top.
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