I'm lucky enough to have travelled a bit and this beach just draws me back time and again.
It's not sandy, you can't swim but it's just an amazing place. We'll over 10 miles of billions of pebbles, huge waves crashing is. Next to no people so you can really be in touch with the beauty of the place.
I've been visiting here since I was 11 and I still love just sitting there and taking it all in.
Not a bad spot to find driftwood, and spot wildlife too, if you can tear yourself away from the view.
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