The walk will follow the high cliffs around the point and down into Saints Bay Valley, with views of the Pea Stacks, Petit Port and the small, local fishing harbor at Saints Bay.
Enjoy views of Moulin Huet from where, in the summer of 1885, the painter Auguste Renior spent many hours painting and enjoying the spectacular scenery. Your walk continues past one of the 15 granite coastal defence loophole towers built in Napoleonic times to defend the islanders from the French. A long gradual climb takes you up from the valley around the cliff path to the Les Cotils, which is perched on the cliff and affords great views while you enjoy a delicious Guernsey cream tea before returning to the harbor and your ship.
- Recommend casual clothes with light jackets and a waterproof layer just in case. Sturdy walking shoes also.
- Walking information: A long gradual climb. Some steps and uneven terrain. The terrain at the cliff top is perched
- Included: Cream tea served at Les Cotils
- Language: English
- Maximum Capacity: 40