Photograph Feature - Carreg Cennen Castle at Dusk

Carreg Cennen Castle, the subject of many of my fond childhood memories, is a superb example of using topography as a natural defence. The castle perches at the top of a prominent 300m high limestone outcrop and is spectacular from any viewpoint (for more pictures of the castle click here), and don’t forget the fantastic tunnel which disappears meters beneath the castle!

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