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Brilliant walk

Highly recommend the 3.5 mile walk from St. Aubin to Corbiere. If the tide is out you have an... read more

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Amazing views

Such wonderful views. The contrast between the stunning blue sea and the hard rocks is... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Surrey, United Kingdom
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Le Chemin de la Corbiere, St Brelade
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Highly recommend the 3.5 mile walk from St. Aubin to Corbiere. If the tide is out you have an additional 0.5 mile walk to the lighthouse itself. Walk is well sign posted and follows the track of the old railway line. Lovely little cafe can...More

Thank malstewart
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Such wonderful views. The contrast between the stunning blue sea and the hard rocks is breathtaking. The lighthouse itself is pristine white. We walked across - it’s further than it looks, and it is steep at both ends.

Thank Cocorabbit69
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The lighthouse area is great. The tour guide also had some nice stories. There are German fortifications nearby and the sea view is amazing. You can walk to the lighthouse at low tide. It’s a great spot.

Thank LostALot22
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A nice walk and lots to take in with the rock pools. Be careful not to get cut off by the tide and be sure to have an ice cream after 😊.

Thank Jack A
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Always a winner - the lighthouse at Corbiére is a winner viewed from any angle. Watching the sun go down or the tide come in it does not disappoint. If you have time go at low tide and have a poke around in the rock...More

Thank Lejeuc
Reviewed 5 days ago

This place can be reached by taking the no: 12 or 12a bus from St Brelade and one can be there in about 20 minutes. If the tide is out one can walk across and view it. Look out for nesting gulls and other wildlife....More

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a lovely place to stop and wander for the views. Don’t be put off like we were because of like mites parking at the top because a little down the road is more parking. Really worth stopping off here

Thank Bobdally
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you love a view you’ll love this spot. Take care with the tides as tthey cut the lighthouse off at times. Free parking.

Thank Dawn F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We’ve seen lighthouses all over the world and this one is hard to beat. Spectacular rocky situation and on a sunny day the colours were great. Some people walked down from the car park (one even cycled). Definitely worth a look for s few photos....More

Thank Brinylobster
Reviewed 1 week ago

Here last May and bottled out of walking the causeway to the lighthouse because of the rising tide! This year I did it and so please I did, it is a beautiful place. The views are amazing!

Thank Mandy R
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Felicity N
18 June 2018|
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Response from adrian260788 | Reviewed this property |
There is no tour of the lighthouse. You can walk over the causeway if the tide is out. You can walk to the bottom but mo further.
19 September 2017|
Response from beck5678 | Reviewed this property |
There is a road that leads to the car parking areas. The lighthouse can only be accessed at low tide as you walk across the sand to it. I don't think it's open very often so may be worth finding out beforehand. There are... More
3 April 2016|
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Response from derekthecleric |
There is no admission to the lighthouse except on a very few days a year when there is a guided tour with a blue-badge guide. You can walk over to the base of the light-house from about mid-tide free and for nothing. This... More