Wallog and A Lime Kiln

You’ll have to leave your van for this one. Take the mile or so track to the beach. It’s quite muddy in spring but you will be rewarded with wild garlic, wild yellow primrose and more. A large family home facing the sea is at the end of the track. The house is about to fall into the sea. Chunks of defence wall had fallen onto the beach. The house will be consumed by the waves soon!

A disused lime kiln is can be found in good condition. Lime was made here for the surrounding farm land. A shingle spit reaches out 7 miles named Sarn Gynfelyn. A legend of a sunken kingdom can be found at the end of the causeway

Choose your visit at the right time to see seals and birds feeding in the bay.


Wallog bay, looking out to the causeway.

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The muddy path


The lime kiln to the right and the sea nibbling the coast to the left.


Lots of drift wood has landed on the beach great for a fires.

April 2016

The Van Plan

Buy a van, (Or two.) Convert to a motor home then explore the UK and Europe, reaching places on the map other van travellers can not reach while enjoying vanlife in comfort.