Martin Lawrence Photography
The beautiful but tiny 13th century St Govan's Chapel is perched precariously in a cliff-lined cove at St Govan's Head alongside the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It was built on the site of an old holy well that once attracted many pilgrims. It lies at the bottom of 52 steep steps and legend has it that if you count the steps going down and back up again the number will never be the same. Unfortunately, I've just found out this fact so can't say if it's true. Next time.