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Fishguard Pembrokeshire Wales
Fishguard Bay is an inlet of Cardigan Bay, defined by Crincoed Point and Dinas Head, on the west coast of Wales. The coastline consists of a variety of natural features including rugged cliffs, and rocky headlands with sandy beaches at Pwllgwaelod, Goodwick and Aber Bach. The River Gwaun flows into the sea at the attractive setting of the Quay at Fishguard Lower Town. At Goodwick in the south west of the bay the north and east breakwaters form Fishguard Harbour from where ferries sail to Ireland.
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