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Cwmtydu, Beach Cafe, Llandysilio Gogo, Wales, UK
Wales
We came across this little cove by pure chance ! The GPS said go Left, but it looked a bit narrow and steep, so we went Right instead, and found this great little beach called Cwmtydu / Cwm-Tydu / Cwmtudu it seems to be spelt different on each signpost! A Cafe sits around the corner, with great Bacon Butties.
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