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Porth Dynion

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Porth Dynion

Porth Dynion is a tiny cove near the village of Amlwch on Anglesey's north coast. The beach is a narrow strip of sand exposed between low and mid-tide, with a walkway along the rocks on the eastern side. A no-through road (signposted with a 'P' sign from the A5025 west of Amlwch) leads to a small parking area on the clifftop (Grid Ref: SH435933). There are extensive views on a clear day as far as the Isle of Man. A path eastwards leads to the coastal path from where a flight of concrete steps descends to the shore.

The photo was taken at mid-tide.

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