St Govan’s Chapel is a slightly surreal and magnificent sight in Pembrokeshire, on the Welsh coast with the Celtic Sea. An old stone house seems chiseled into the cliffs just a few meters away from the fence to a large army training area owned by the Ministry of Defence.
The day I visited we had been driving through Wales all day and stopping along the way at certain points of interest. The relentlessly strong wind and waves barraging into the harsh angular cliffs made for a very atmospheric end of trip. Nobody was there apart from us and standing there alone made you feel very small, like you were at the edge of the world.