Hartland Coast

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The weather brings the wind to the coast and creates the sea water in to large swirls of white sea whilst a brief moment of light falls on the rocky coast.
Hartland Quay is located on the Atlantic coast of Devon, south of Hartland point and north of Bude, Cornwall. It experiences some of the roughest seas in winter and is a former harbour. The harbour dated back to the time of Henry VIII until a storm led to the complete destruction of the pier head and later the whole pier wall in 1887. Parts of the old formation stones can be seen at low tide. The Quay is at the start of one of the most challenging sections of the South West Coast Path.
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