St Cattwgs Church is in Port Eynon.
The church was founded during the 6th century but the present church dates from the 12th century. Among the interesting details you can see is a blocked up leper’s window in the south wall.
The church clearly shows a strong connection with the sea. The statue in the grounds is a memorial to the three lifeboat crew who lost their lives at sea in 1916, while the holy water vessel in the porch is said to be a donation from a grateful Spanish sea captain after being rescued.