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United Kingdom Porth Nanven

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It is located half-a-mile west of the town of St Just at the end of a narrow lane.
Porth Nanven has sometimes been referred to as 'Dinosaur Egg Beach' in the media because of a remarkable deposit of ovoid boulders covering the beach and foreshore. These boulders come in all sizes, from hen's egg to a metre or more in length, and are now legally protected by the National Trust which owns the beach.

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There is a small car park nearby
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Sunset during summer
Sunrise & Sunset 07:55 - 16:26 | current local time: 23:18
Photo Themes rocksseascape
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