The harbour is fairly basic, ferry terminal, some fishing boats and a couple of pubs. However, the tide was out and as we looked over the low stone wall the shingle 'beach' was a blaze of sea glass. We spent only five minutes collecting the sea glass but couldn't believe how much there was. At high tide this area is completely under water so timing s important. Lots of nice sculptures around the area and a short walk to the castle. Beware that nothing is open on Sundays so use that day for sightseeing around the island.
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