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St Donat's Bay

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St Donat's Bay

St Donat's Bay is a small bay of rocks, pebbles and low-tide sand backed by a sea wall and the grounds of Atlantic College. The surrounding cliffs are of limestone layers interbedded with shales, and are very unstable. There is lay-by parking for about 8 cars just east of St Donat's village alongside the wall of the college grounds. From here a footpath leads through a narrow kissing gate and past the sports pitches to the coastal path. This should be followed for about 400 yards in a westerly direction to the beach.

coastal path descending to the baycoastal path descending to the bay
coastal path descending to the bay
coastal path descending to the bay
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