It was Friday, the 13th, and our last full day on Jersey. We woke up to sunshine, which was going to last all day - it was, as is sometimes the case when you're on holiday, the best day of the entire week.
We had already decided about what we wanted to do: another cliff path walk (yes, another one!).
The idea was to walk from La Grève de Lecq to Sorel Point, the northernmost point of the island, stopping at Devil's Hole.
Because we took so many pictures, I shall break up our walk into two posts. The first part is marked red on the map, the second blue. The blue arrow points to Devil's Hole.
Ready? Let's go!
Two buses took us to Le Grève de Lecq, a small place with a big beach. I liked the blue theme and the bunting:
As on our previous walks, once again the cliff path offers spectacular views. After yesterday's rain, it was still rather hazy over the water, so that we could not see very far out.
The path was as rocky and steep as this only in parts:
In my next post, I'll show and tell you more about Devil's Hole and the second half of our walk.