Treen Cliffs on a warm and tranquil summer evening as the sun fades and the mist moves in to fill the coves below. The distant headland of Treryn Dinas holds the famous Logan Rock an 80 tone granite boulder that can easily be rocked from side to side by the weight of a single person.
The title is a reference to the bay below which in the summer is populated by a jovial mix of nudists, families and sun worshipers. In my opinion it's one of the most beautiful beaches in the UK if not the world and compared to the nearby honey trap of Porth Curno is also relatively quiet...
Please DO VIEW LARGE it makes quite a difference on this one
Tags: Landscape and travel
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