The lighthouse marking Porthcawl Point stands at the end of the breakwater. Constructed from cast iron, it was built in 1860, stands 10m high and is currently in use as a navigational aid.
Porthcawl Lighthouse was the last coal and gas-powered lighthouse in the Britain. It switched to being powered by North Sea gas in 1974, before becoming powered by electricity in 1997. The pier and surrounding area are popular spots for sea fishing.
The historic ships the PS Waverley, the last seagoing paddle steamer in the world, and the MV Balmoral sail from this area during the summer months.
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