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Porthcawl is an attractive seaside town close to Bridgend. Why not visit the funfair, or take a walk along the promenade? The fine beaches are popular with families and surfers alike.

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Sailing from: Porthcawl outer harbour wall [short walk from Porthcawl RNLI Lifeboat Station].

Postcode: CF36 4AP

Access: By road - M4 Junction 37/ A4229/ A4106 and follow signs to Harbour.

Car parking: Hillsboro Place car parks or alternatively on-street parking in town centre.

Public transport: Pyle (3 miles) or Bridgend (7 miles) Railway Stations. Local buses run by First Cymru Bus or taxi to harbour. Local bus stops: Porthcawl, Esplanade Hotel and Porthcawl, Lias Road (town centre).

Please use http://www.travelinesw.com/ to plan your journey.

Additional local information: Porthcawl Tourist Information Centre 01656 786639


    Cruise & explore: Ilfracombe
    Take the classic Bristol Channel excursion to the vibrant and historic North Devon town of Ilfracombe. Sail across the Channel to view the Exmoor Coast from Foreland Point & Lighthouse before docking at Ilfracombe's busy harbour. While ashore, relax with a harbourside ice cream, afternoon tea or pique your curiosity at the Ilfracombe Museum & Aquarium.
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    Day Cruise: Ilfracombe & Exmoor Coast
    From Porthcawl, sail across the Channel to Ilfracombe on the North Devon coast. Stay on board to cruise the stunning Exmoor coastline from the sea as we sail past Combe Martin, Woody Bay, Lynton & Lynmouth, the Foreland Point & Lighthouse and along to Porlock Bay, returning by the same route. See the highest sea cliff in England and Wales, Great Hangman at 244m (800ft) plus the longest stretch of coastal woodland in England and Wales.
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    Cruise Nash Point
    There is plenty to see on this delightful cruise of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast: marvel at the carboniferous limestone coastline carved by the waves and take in views of the Nash Point Lighthouse and Southerndown; recently filmed as a location for BBC’s Dr Who.
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