Huntsman's Leap is an example of what geologists call a geo. I presume this is steep-sided cleft caused by errosion along a vertical fault in the rock.
Any one interested in the geology of this coastline see here…
Huntsmans Leap chasm is named after local folklore: a hunter is supposed to have leapt the gap and then dropped dead when he looked at what he had done.
A wider example can be seen in the next picture
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Photo taken in Stackpole, Pembrokeshire, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location