Went on a foggy morning and with the mist rolling in it made it look very romantic. Views down the coast kept appearing and disappearing.
Redolent with history, beautiful, wild views. Beautiful flowers, savage seas. Dont expect the trappings of civilisation - just enjoy the ambiance, breathe in the sense of place. Walk a little further to the East, the cliff paths extend all the way along the North coast, to the South you will find the location where the German sea and air artillery... More
As other reviewers have noted, there is not a lot left of the castle. However, it is worth passing by for the view - especially on a clear, sunny day, when you can see the other islands. It is very exposed though on a windy day, so go prepared. Also recommended is the cliff top walk leaving from or ending... More
Little remains of the castle itself apart from a few ruins so Grosnez is little more than a curiosity or a detour from journeys elsewhere. Nevertheless, the views from this corner of the island across the sea are spectacular, particularly on a clear day when one can see Guernsey, Herm and Sark on the horizon.
We have been visiting Jersey for 12 years now and have always heard of this place but never actually seen it. We came upon it while driving around the north-west side of the Island and decided to get out and have a look. We arrived at about 17:30 and it was deserted until the sun started to set and then... More
Amazing to see and read how our ancestors survived on this little island so many years ago. Great views!
tucked away on the coast it is picturesque but there is not much left even by castle standards. there is a gateway and a squre of walls but that is about it. if you have any spare time it is a nice visit but dont go specially.
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