Ever wondered what those green poles surmounted with a green cone were for along Tywyn beach? They are 30-feet high and are called groyne markers and signal the presence of the large timber groynes and other defences built in 2011 to reduce beach erosion and flooding.
In the first blog in this series, we got you to Tywyn. In the second, we visited the historic Harlech Castle. In the third, we spent a day with the Talyllyn Railway and in the fourth, we visited the mysterious Portmeirion village and gardens. Our penultimate blog saw us visit the Centre for Alternative Technology. In this final blog, we are going on a beach-walk to Aberdyfi.