There is a small car park, this is generally adequate, but can get quite full at busy times. The cliff top walk is exactly that, there are no shops, cafes or facilities. It is a local walk with some wild cliffs, small inlets and 'stacks'. There are a variety of different breeds of sea birds nesting along this area and some attractive wild flowers growing at the sides of the footpath. Due to the nature of natural cliff tops this is not a safe place to allow children to play, or walk unsupervised. It is virtually unspoilt, please leave it that way.
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