A major seabird colony, with breeding-season populations of tens of thousands of northern gannet, black-legged kittiwake and common murre. Viewing is easy, with land sightings as close as 10m. There are also thick-b…
Bird Rock is reached by an easy footpath through fields of sheep and blue irises, and then suddenly you're at the cliff's edge facing a massive, near-vertical rock swarmed by squawking birds.
It's said that this site determined the fate of a continent when French and British forces clashed here to gain control of lucrative fishing grounds.
A century-old Victorian home offering an inside look at the town and its past luxuries.
With information on nesting seabirds and displays on local ecology.