This is a stunning out-of-the way place that takes a bit of getting to but worth the journey. The huge stunning red sandstone and rock arches carved out over milleniums are truly awesome and best seen at low tide when you can walk beneath them; also at near sunset when the light turns them a wonderful red colour. There are also local beach huts where surfers or other young people hang out scattered along the cliff bases. The access is not easy nor is there much in the in the way of facilities, but don't let that deter you... it is a unforgettable and I guess part of the magic.
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