Midway between Thurba cliff/promontory fort and Paviland cave. The Knave fort is a short walk south off the coastal path.
The coastline along this stretch of the Gower is particularly dramatic with the layers of rock forming the cliff rising high out of the water on a steep angle.
I was able to make out two lines of defence, the outer rampart now about 1m high, with the inner ramparts about 2m high.
The dreaded gorse covers part of the northern outer defences.
Not much else to add really.
Worth a look when walking this stretch of the coastal path.
Posted by CARL
2nd October 2013ce