Such raw, natural and untouched beauty is breathtaking. It amazes me that such beauty is so accessible. It's a place where you can wander and let the imagination go wild. There are two access points (plus walking north on the beach). They start out as one at the road, then divide - the one to the left (north) is paved and takes you thru a beautiful marshy area - and it's a long walk and its' great - lots of flora and fauna. Be mindful tho that as far as you walk on this nice hard path, if you're anticipating to walk the beach route (south), it's as long .. maybe longer back ... and may include a bit of clambering to get over some of the deadtrees (fun!). We did the paved walk and returned on the beach - I think we would have missed the access back to the path if not for some fellow walkers (they left their bikes at the path/beach point). That beach path that takes you back to the main path is not paved and gets you back on the on road within minutes. Know the tide times before you go capering about here - you wouldn't want to be there at high tide.
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