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Even though the castle is now in a very ruined state, it is still a very interesting place to wander around. The views from here are delightful and the walks are highly recommended. Plenty of free parking
Nice little ruin in a very scenic part of the island, there lots of wild life around the site, and several different walks can be started from here. Definitely worth a look if your intrested in the history of the island, parking is free.
The castle comprises of an arch and some ruins; the arch is beautiful in the Jersey granite. There are spectacular views looking down the cliffs into the water and impressive views across to Guernsey and Sark. Nice for a quick exploration.
To call it a "Castle" may build hopes up too far. It was never designed to be lived in, (no water), only as a temporary stronghold against (Viking?), invaders.
As a place to go however, whether for a picnic, as part of a cliff-walk, or...More
Great archway into the site which speaks of former grandeur. Not much beyond that however. Base of a couple of towers. A pretty stunning coastal view. But not worth going out of your way for. We did stumble on the nearby WW2 towers which were...More
An ancient castle on the NW corner of Jersey, with the glowering concrete bunkers of German engineering alongside. With views stretching out over the Channel what a place. The castle only had 3 walls, the cliffs were the 4th side,
I loved it.