From where you park your car, there's about a 20 minute walk along a really unspoilt beach, where there are always beautiful shells or you to pick up and admire. In the breeding season, you'll almost certainly see oyster catchers going about their business. What waits for you are rock pools rich with marine life. You'll find small fish, mussels, oysters, perhaps an octopus. You need to watch for the tide, because at high tide you may have to scramble over rocks en route. Finally, do please remember that dogs are not allowed on this beach. They just don't go with oyster catchers.
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