Altitude 20m a.s.l
William on the crux white layback section © Simon Alden
An exciting sea cliff with a huge cave as its main feature. The location of the cave can be identified as there is a huge fissure in the roof through which you can look straight down to the sea. To the west of this cave are two obvious dark corners. There is a band of soft yellow rock at the top of this cliff which is problematic. However it can be climbed in certain areas.
Drive through Gharb, passing by the church on the left. Follow tracks in the direction of San Dimitri Chapel and park by an obvious newly built white limestone wall just before reaching the chapel.
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