Site can be visited from the outside only.
This is an easy site to visit but will require a bit of a hike. Fortunately it's a beautiful trek and you can take in the rustic beauty of this coastal trail.
You will start your journey by doing one of two things, either driving or taking a bicycle. Either way take the D191 and take a left turn into the small village of Waringzelle, that road is called Rue du Cran aux Œufs and will take you to a dead end. To the right of that dead end is a small wooden trail fence, it's actually just a horizontal piece of wood but stands as a marker to the trail head. There really is no place to park, I had to turn around and park my car back at the hotel, I then rented a bicycle and rode down to the trail. If you do it this way be prepared to take your bike for a walk! The trail is up and down and uneven in places and it's not for the rental bikes in the area. If you walk it you will have to find a parking space somewhere in the village, it will be a long hike!
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I used two different cameras on the 2016 visit. The Nikon Coolpix 35mm and the Apple iPhone Six S Plus.