Yet to find a place quite like it. As you wander down from the car park the view is spectacular whatever the weather.
In the spring, summer through to late autumn the footpath is graced with a beautiful array of wild flowers, wild garlic, bluebells, daffodils and mombretia to name but a few. Also you will happen upon the dear little blue tin church of St Mary’s, which still proudly hosts weddings, christenings as well as regular services.
Then as you enter the centre of the village, with its white washed thatched cottages and sea glimpses the beach hosts a small fleet of fishing boats to remind you that this village is very much a working village dependant as much upon the visitors that flock to the village as the livelihoods that come from the sea.
From the Todden (the small headland separating the two beaches) not only have you an uninterrupted view of the open sea but you can keep an eye on the whole village and its beaches!
Two thoughts of the day:
My sister in law serves up a pretty mean roast!
The daffs are on their way which means spring is just around the corner.