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Glamorgan Heritage Coast

Event Details

  • Date:
  • Meeting Time: 10:30
  • Approximate End Time: 15:00
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General information

A circular walk along the cliffs and beaches of this spectacular Jurassic coast overlooking the Bristol Channel.  Of around 7 miles, the walk leads from St Donat's, along the coast past Atlantic College to Nash Point and its lighthouse, and then along the cliffs on the All Wales Coast Path to Monknash Beach.  We will then descend to the beach, walk along the beach back to Nash Point, and then retrace our steps to St Donat's.  Bring lunch and fluids, and a towel if you wish to go swimming.  High tide is not due until 5. 30 pm.

Note, that the beach is made up of sand and patches of limestone pavement,  The limestone is difficult to cross underfoot in places, as it is of odd shapes and sizes shaped by the tide, but is passable with care.


Terrain / Difficulty

a moderate, mainly flat walk, with a couple of climbs up to the cliffs

Approximate Distance

7 miles

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