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Pen Dinas is the site of an Iron Age hillfort dating from about 2000 years ago, on a hill which stands between the village of Rhydfelin and the coast just south of Aberystwyth. This is part of Pen Dinas and Than-y-Bwlch nature reserve which was formed in 1998 to protect the heritage and wildlife of the area. From the inland side of the harbour it's a strenuous 15 to 20 minute walk to the Wellington Memorial which stands atop the hill. The view which greets you on all sides makes the effort well worthwhile.

Pen Dinas, Aberystwyth
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