The Groove Talbert

An almost metaphysical experience in Britain between the sea and the sky

The furrow of Talbert is a long sand and shingle point that juts into the sea. It is 3 kilometers long and 35 meters wide. It's a funny experience because there is really way, you have to walk along the sea on pebbles (the market is not easy) and at the end of the tip there is not Besides you, the sky and the sea. If you come a week without tourist day you will experience the same sensations that the early explorers of the moon. In summary if you like meditation, contact with the items you'll love the Talbert furrow.

Interest: notegood (1 note)
Difficulty: difficulté
Duration: 2 h.

The departure

The departure
There is no difficulty to find the Groove of Talbert, we find many signs pointing the way. There is a big enough car park 200 meters.

The sign

The sign
You will know the geology and the creation of the Talbert Groove with these panels.

The dune

The dune
At the beginning the path begins in the sand.

The rocks

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The rocks
The site is protected and totally wild. There is no shop or restaurant on the Groove.

The sea

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The sea

The long walk

The long walk
Most of the time the market is located along the coast, try to find the easiest to walk in place. All in the distance we see the end of the furrow of Talbert, the ultimate goal of the walk.

Desert landscape

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Desert landscape
There is no plant that happens to grow in this environment, there is more than the pebbles, the sky and the sea.

The end of the furrow of Talbert

The end of the furrow of Talbert
By calculating the tide times can go a little further at low tide.

The sea

The sea
At the end of the Talbert Groove can be seen a few islets and the vastness of the sea. Then go back along the same path.

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