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Telpyn Beach

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Telpyn Beach

Telpyn Beach is situated at the Carmarthenshire end of Amroth beach, west of Telpyn Point. It is a wide sandy beach, backed by a pebble bank and high unstable cliffs of coal measures, changing to siltstones and mudstones at Telpyn Point. A wave-cut platform at the point is a popular place for sunbathing, and at low tide it is possible to walk around the point to Marros. Swimming is generally safe and dogs are allowed at all times.

Roadside parking is available about ½ mile east of Amroth (Grid Ref: SN181076), from where a path leads down to the beach. Alternatively it is possible to walk along the shore from Amroth between low and mid-tide. The photos were taken at mid-tide.

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Rockpool at TelpynRockpool at Telpyn
Looking west
Looking west
Rockpool at Telpyn
Rockpool at Telpyn
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