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Steep steps lead to the foot bridge at thevalley bottom. The valley, known as Cwm Lladron (the Robber's Valley), is steeped in history and was a well known destination for illicit Irish cargo in the 18th Century. Penbryn beach and surrounding area is part of the 13 miles of coast line managed by the National Trust in Ceredigon.

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