Join Nicky Mansell and meander around the refurbished headland at Plémont to see what the National Trust for Jersey has achieved since demolishing the holiday camp that once dominated this part of the island. The walk continues down to the point and onto the beach to explore the caves. This walk involves some clambering over rocks and you may get your feet wet as there are pools at the entrance of the caves! Find out how earthquakes are responsible for today’s landscape and how man has modified what we see.
Meeting Point: Top Car Park at Plémont
Duration 2.5 hours/Hard Walk/2 Miles
Bus Route 8
Guide Nicky Mansell
Price: Free for Members; £5 for Non Members
Please wear neoprene shoes or trainers which can get wet as well as some walking shoes