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A cliff barrier separates gravel pits from the sea at Rhoose Point. At a break in this barrier stands a tall, engraved rock, brought from North Wales purposely to link the north and south. It punctuates a break in the cliff barrier and overlooks the sea to mark the most southerly point of the Wales mainland. This interesting landmark may easily be reached just off the coastal path at Rhoose Point.
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