We arrived on a blustery day, thought it was too windy to stay long, but ending up spending most of the day there. The National Trust volunteer was very helpful and there are plenty of signs, maps and leaflets available. There is a sea viewing area where you are sheltered and can look out for seals etc. The cliff top overlooks the Minsmere reserve and its pleasant just to sit and take in the view. The rare Dartford Warbler can be seen near Shooters Hill but unfortunately we weren't lucky. The cafe is a good place to get refreshments and there is a small shop. We saw several different butterflies and heard the cuckoo. All in all if you are a nature lover this is a must visit place. There isn't an entry free but parking for over 10 minutes costs £4.40.
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