Wales Coast Path Ogmore-by-Sea

Ogmore-by-Sea is one of the most popular coastlines in South Wales.  Located on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, where the River Ogmore meets the sea, there are both sandy beaches and rocky outcrops.  The cliffs and rock formations date back from the carboniferous period (290 – 360 million years ago) to the Jurassic period (145m –… Read More

Wales Coast Path Llantwit Major

The section of the Wales Coast Path near Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan is spectacular.  The Cwm Col-huw beach is rocky with steep dramatic cliffs and a geologists dream.  The Jurassic rocks are laden with a wide range of fossils including corals, brachiopods and gastropods.  The steep cliffs are composed of mudstones, siltstones… Read More