Abercastle, North Pembrokeshire #1

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Abercastle is a safe haven for fishermen and leisure sailors, close to the hilltop village of Mathry. The small harbour with its reef and the prominent tidal headland of Ynys y Castell was the landfall for the first solo rowed crossing of the Atlantic, by Alfred Johnson, in August 1876.
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Date Created 6/3/2011
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Samanthadonlon 3 weeks ago
I love all your posts, makes moving away a little easier! Keep them up :) beautiful ��
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