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A nice walk to a lovely view that looks over to Gurnsey.
The Devils hole it's self wasn't much to look at but the views are beautiful. We were able to spot many jelly fish in the sea and see nearby islands.
A nice little...More
The most amazing views across back end of island. On clear day can see for miles. The walk down is quite strenuous and maybe needs cutting back slightly and made safer. Don't understand the reviews that say there's nothing to see?! Are they blind, it's...More
Better if the tide was in to hear the blow hole
Food near by
Glass blowing and shop
Some of the roads are a little narrow and twisty
You can walk the coastal path to get to it
A stroll down some fairly steep steps to the cliff edge and the collapsed blow hole that is devils hole. A great view over the sea towards open cave mouths. Nice touch is the giant statue of the devil residing on your way down the...More
went to the vineyard and cider place down the road from here (La Mare wine estate) and after checking the bus times decided to walk down to the hole, the guy on the gate gave us directions down a green lane past a stable yard....More
We visited the Devil's Hole at the end of a coastal walk, prior to taking the bus back to St Helier. The walk itself from St Greve de Lecq had been very enjoyable and having read about the Devil's Hole it seemed like a good...More