Embury Beacon

Embury Beacon is an example of an Iron Age hillfort on the South West Coast Path, with what remains gradually being lost as it slips down the cliffside.

A small section of rampart, shown as a bank and ditch, survives on the northwestern cliff edge. The rest of this rampart has been eroded over thousands of years by coastal erosion, leaving little to tell us what the original size or shape of the area it enclosed would have been.

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Interactive 3D model of Embury Beacon