Bibette Head

The Channel Islands

Gaping bunkers, personnel shelters and armoured cupola for machine guns that made up the German Strongpoint Biberkopf sit at the end of the Bibette Head headland, looking rather desolate. You can poke around in them and check out the information boards, but be careful not to fall into the underground fortifications.

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5. Longis Bay

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6. Odeon

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