Perched precariously on the cliff at St Govan’s Head, the tiny 13th-century St Govan’s Chapel is a spectacular sight. Huddled among the rocks, almost at sea level, it’s only accessible by climbing down 52 steps. It was built on the site of a holy well that once attracted pilgrims. Inside the sandy-floored chapel is a simple stone altar and a small cell hewn from the rock.
wonderful documentation alopex you have many beutiful and interesting pictures like and you are added to my favorites :) Peter
Ein "unheimlich" schöner Ort, dazu ein fantastisches Foto. Man fühlt sich fast in die Ritterzeit versetzt. L + Y*
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Photo taken in Stackpole, Pembrokeshire SA71, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location