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Limpert Bay

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Limpert Bay

Limpert Bay is a wide bay at the southernmost point in Wales. It consists of rocks and some low tide sand backed by a storm bank of pebbles, with the Aberthaw power station on the eastern side. Two squat concrete structures near the low water mark house the inlet and outlet pipes for the power station.

Access is from the village of Gileston along a narrow lane enticingly signposted "Beach". There is a (free) car park situated behind the shingle between the power station and a ruined cottage, with a guest house just behind.

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Limpert Beach
Limpert Beach
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