This C13th chapel (which may have foundations dating back to the C6th) sits cockled to the limestone cliffs of St. Govan's Head in Pembrokeshire.

St. Govan is thought to have lived in a cave as a hermit nearby.

There is a huge cave system beneath the chapel.

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