Hooken cliiffs, a dramatic landslip in 1790 left a tumbled landscape where thick vegetation is speared through by spectacular white cliffs and pinnacles, providing a haven for wildlife. Part of the south west coast path, there are spectacular views in either direction of red cliffs soaring beyond the white cliffs, linking the villages of Beer and Branscombe with tales of smugglers, Romans and lacemakers. It is also is the best location in Devon for finding fossils, in particular, echinoids, ammonites, fish and brachiopods, which are easy to find. You can find another photo on the south west coast path here.
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