Saturday, 16 June 2012
Port Einon is a pretty little village with a nice sandy beach. A local shop with two fish and chip shops ( almost side by side ) are clear indications that this is a popular resort during the summer months. There are several large camping sites nearby and some excellent hiking paths.
Oysters were once caught in great quantities at Port Einon. There is also the remains of a salt house where evidence of locals having to battle to keep back the approaching sea can be seen in the sea wall that surrounds the enclosure.
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