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All reviews priory inn collapsed cave steep path the cliff ten minute walk viewing platform other islands stunning views nice walk nice pub beautiful sunny day worth the effort worth a visit coastal walk waves crashing walking difficulties high tide
Ample range and distances for cliff-top walks plus access to rugged sea vistas at Devil's Hole. Worth stopping and enjoying on sunny says when you're in the area. [Pleasant coffee/sandwich stall nearby too.]
Beautiful view out to other Channel Islands and interesting rock formation. Probably best experienced at high tide for full effect. steep walk up back up the hill afterwards. Overall a nice quick curiousity to visit. We arrived on the bus, walked down and back and...More
About a 10 minute walk down to the Devils Hole ( a bit longer back up the steep incline )
but it is worth it. The stunning views are amazing. On a clear day you can see France, and the other Channel Islands. And after...More
The National Trust for Jersey have done a great job making this feature accessible. From the sign in the pub car park, the walk down is pleasant with the latest Devil statue striding across a pond. The views over to Sark and across the North...More
What a stunning place to visit! The surrounding area is full of picturesque landscapes and great hiking trails. Definitely check out the red-billed choughs reintroduction site and get a chance to see the return of the choughs to Jersey (and some pretty cool sheep that...More
Having passed signage for the Devil's Hole on the way to the beach at Greve de Lec on numerous occasions, my sister and I decided to give it a visit (leaving the remainder of the family to travel on to the beach). We visited late...More
Stopped of here and so glad we did, about a 10 minute walk down to the devils hole, we went at low tide but it may be better to go at high tide when the hole would have more water in it, but well worth...More
Went here on a whim and so glad that I did!
Huge car park.
I went here at 10am and was the only person around. It was so beautiful and peaceful. Wouldn’t recommend for young children or those who struggle with steps as walking back...More