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Sea stack, Trefor

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Sea stack, Trefor
Trefor, Gwynedd, Wales
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Trefor is a small village on the north coast of the Lleyn peninsula. The National Trust owns a small area of coastline just west of the harbour, and a footpath leads along the clifftops, past this small sea stack near Trwyn y Tal. There are wonderful views to the twin peaks of Yr Eifl.

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