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“Nature provides the main reason most people visit Herm – hiking around and across the island to visit the beaches and bays, to appreciate the wild beauty of the cliffs, to spot wildlife from colourful insects to a...”
“One of my fav beaches to go and visit, its located on Herm which is part of the Channel Islands, located 20 mins off Guernsey, which is accessible by boat only.”
“A great bay for children as they can build dams to hold back the stream or float around in dinghies in the water with lots of rocks to clamber over and explore and enough space to play football, beach cricket on t...”
“A quaint remote of-of the beaten track, a sheltered safe beach which is difficult to find on the south coast, it boasts a renovated Norman tower and a beach tavern facility with very pleasant s and helpful staff.....”
“A lovely beach with lovely sand and clean water wether you swim paddle or just enjoy a walk on the beach a nice place to walk how about sitting on the sea wall and watch the world go by”
“Peter’s port on a cruise jumped into a hire car and headed up the coast swung into Doyle’s castle and then ended up in the Pembroke bay You could have any where Nice beach cafe serving local gache cake with golden...”