Unique Welsh Chapel

St. Govan's Point is the most southerly point on the Pembrokeshire coast. Nearby is St. Govan's Chapel and holy well. Most of the chapel dates from the thirteenth century, but parts of it - the altar and a seat cut in the rock - may be much earlier, possibly even as early as the sixth century. I visited the chapel back in 2008. It's an immensely fun place to visit with steep stairs along the craggy coastline, a gorgeous cove and secluded beach. 

Azara Azara
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1 Response May 12, 2012

You're welcome. I don't have a picture of the inside but there are some imagines online.