Arches UK - a collection of Nature’s arches and bridges
The Devil’s Cauldron
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Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park was designated in 1952 and remains the only UK national park recognised primarily for its coastline. It boasts some of the most spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife in Britain. It stretches from the resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby in the south to Cardigan in the north an area of 243 sq miles. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a 180 mile walking trail.
The Devil’s Cauldron, also called The Devil’s Punchbowl or simply The Cauldron, is a collapsed cave a few hundred yards east of the parking area for the Elegug Stacks and The Green Bridge of Wales. It is in the headland behind Flimston Castle Hillfort Arch.
Caution. The road to the parking area for the coastal path and the arch crosses a military firing and tank range. The road is often closed but is generally open at weekends and public holidays.
The arch has a span of about 60 ft and a height of about 70 ft.