A beautiful lighthouse situated on a rocky outcrop off the South-West coast of Jersey.
If you go to visit, try to time it when the tide is out so that you can walk across the causeway to the lighthouse itself (takes about 10 minutes). You can't enter the lighthouse but it is a nice walk (although a note of caution, it is down a reasonably steep path which you'll have to go back up again!)
We were over on the lighthouse when the siren sounded to warn us the the tide was on it's way in - you don't want to hang around either - 30 minutes later the water was lapping up against the edge of the causeway. A very picturesque spot worth visiting
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