Caves formed by the force of the incoming tides. Hard to get to except at low tide but worth a look. Seaweed covers the rocks and makes it very slippery. Traffic has worn away the seaweed in a sort of trail across the rocks. The hardest cave to get to was the most spectacular. Large with a sandy bottom. We noticed a rope tied to some shrubs that must be used to escape the incoming tides!
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