Plémont Beach – Granite, Caves and Victorians

Come down to Plémont for the last afternoon of the summer holidays. The walk will start with a brief exploration of the restored headland before exploring the rock pools and the caves in the bay. Discover the history of the granite rocks and many intrusions and fault lines. It is a walk through the tectonic history of the island and also a route followed by many Victorian and Edwardian tourists who visited the bay and were impressed by the savagery and wildness of the nature to be found there. The beach is always changing and sometimes there are deep pools to wade through to get into the caves so wellies, sandals (not flip flops), neoprene shoes or trainers which can get wet are essential. This walk is two and a half hours. Children welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

Meet at the top car park by the bus stop at 3.00 pm

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