It's really difficult to see the lighthouse from the shore, unless you have binoculars or a high power telephoto lens on your camera. The path out to the breakwater lighthouse is made of large square blocks of granite. The walk is about 3/4 mile each way. There are gaps in the rock so may not be advisable for elderly or disabled, but very easy for most people. In good weather the walk is enjoyable. We saw ducks diving for fish sheltered by the granite, and other sea life. There is a small dock by the light house from which you can take photos, although in the afternoon that puts the sun behind it, so my photos came out dark. Parking is good, and there is a picnic table or two with a view that might be nice for a meal. Romantic stop for my husband and myself. Highly recommended.
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