Coetan Arthur Dolmen in St Davids, Wales

Just north of the glorious Whitesands Beach, on the very western tip of the St. David’s Head Peninsula in Wales, is a dolmen called Coetan Arthur. Legend says King Arthur himself chucked the stones from nearby Carn Llidi.

The megalithic tomb dates from between 4000 to 3000 BCE. The dolmen, which is formed by two vertical megaliths erected to support a flat capstone, is partially collapsed, but still impressive nonetheless. The huge capstone is about 20 feet long and eight feet wide. 


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