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"The two sisters" were even more beautiful in person than I was expecting. You don't really get an appreciation of them until you walk to that end of the beach, but they are gorgeous.. An even better take is to swim up to, and around...More
There is a lot of publicity for the ‘2 sister rocks’ I guess when you live close to old harry rocks in Dorset uk you are spoilt. The 2 sisters are small and I thought a bit uninspiring expect they are vaguely in the shape...More
You must visit this place especially in June or September because there is nobody. Put the name of “the two sisters” In your GPS to be able to find the right car park. Go straight down near the entrance. Then you walk 5 min and...More
Did not walk to the beaches but walked through the pine trees and vegetation to reach the cliff where the sea stops. It's a beautiful walk and staying on the cliff is further amazing. The so called twin sister rocks looks beautiful from the cliff....More
The sea is lovely...shallow and clear for a quite a distance. The bay that the two sisters are located in is very picturesque. Plenty of people were hiking up to the ridge that extends from the beach. We were there in August so it was...More
It needs a bit walking from the beach. If you drive a car, there is a place nearby to park (there is a circus with camels, giraffes, etc. which you need to pass by, so also you can shoot some interesting photos). After the car...More