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Clynnog Fawr Beach

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Clynnog Fawr Beach

Clynnog Fawr is a beach of mostly rocks and shingle, with some low tide sand backed by low boulder clay cliffs. Roadside parking can be found in the village, from where a footpath on the south-west side of St Beuno's church leads to and across the A499. This path then continues for ¼ mile in a straight line to the beach, where a short flight of steps descend to the shore. However, after about 300 yards along this path, a track on the left leads to the ancient burial chamber of Dolmen Bachwen.

The photos were taken at low tide.

Looking towards AngleseyLooking towards Anglesey
Looking towards Anglesey
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