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Ynys Onnen and Ynys Meicel, Strumble Head

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Ynys Onnen and Ynys Meicel, Strumble Head

Caption - Ynys Onnen and Ynys Meicel, Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path approaches Strumble Head from the south. The view across Carreg Onnen Bay is framed by the two islands, Ynys Onnen and Ynys Meicel (with the lighthouse), and Pen Caer, the tip of the mainland. The lighthouse is connected with the mainland by a footbridge (not normally publicly accessible). The dark rocks on the left of Ynys Onnen are called Carreg Onnen and lend their name to the bay.

Walk 3479 : Strumble Head & Garn Fawr Hillfort

Photographer : Rudi Winter

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