Saturday, 27 September 2014

Day 20 - Walking around Jersey (La Pulente - La Greve De Leeq)

It was cloudy today but still very nice for walking.  The tour includes a taxi pick up each afternoon from a designated point, and delivery back there next morning to continue our coastal walk.  The plus for me with this arrangement is that we also get to see inland Jersey.  It is quite scenic and many of the roads are very narrow, between hedges or stone walls.  We walked a similar distance to yesterday, and enjoyed it immensely.  We walked for about 8 kms along St Ouens Bay on the west coast and then walked along the cliff paths on the north west corner, the majority quite easy walking over heathland, which was lovely.  Our destination of La Greve De Lecq was a delightful little bay.

Ouens Bay
Le Grand Etacquerel
Remains of Grosnez Castle, built as a refuge for people in NWJersey in 14th Century

Today's destination - La Greve de Lecq

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