I've only headed over there on my own boat, rather than on the National trust's ferry. However, it is a long shingle spit (longest in Europe i think), with the river Ore on one side and the sea the other - just a few minutes walk apart.
When we've been there it feels like you are on your own private island, though you are required to stick the marked footpaths. Great place to go for a picnic and a spot of fishing.
I've yet to do it, but its on the list to view the pagodas - which are old nuclear test facilities. Amazing looking buildings. You have to do this with the NT i beleive.
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