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You get a little frustrated, perhaps, as you crawl along the seemingly endless narrow roads to reach the car park and then the longish walk to reach a point when you can see the chapel....but then you can’t help but stare open mouthed at the...More
Family afternoon visit, free car park at top of cliffs, short walk to location, but views are amazing even before you walk down to the chapel. Loved the location, even investigating the cliffs outside, sea view incredible! Well worth a visit, take a flask and...More
There are many steep steps down to the chapel but it is a beautiful peaceful place with stunning views. I imagine the steps would be treacherous if they were wet and impossible if you had mobility problems.
This is a stunning walk to do according to legend there are actually 52 steps to the Chapel my daughter and I counted 74 and 76 up. You just can't imagine a limestone Chapel on the side of a cliff top seeing Is believing and...More
A short walk from the car park down some slippery stone steps, so be careful. A very atmospheric place and his ribs really do look like ribs. Can be visited easily by incorporating it into a longer walk from Bosherston Lily Ponds.
This is really worth a visit. There’s ample free parking and clear pathways.
You can enjoy walking along the cliff top to St Govan’s Head as well as walking down the steps to the tiny St Govan’s Chapel. It’s quite remarkable how it was built...More
We were here non a week day and all access fine even though red flags were on the range further over so not just for weekend visits.
Anyway stunning walks on the coast path with gorgeous views over the sea and rock stacks. The history...More