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There is no directional signage nor on-site to explain this very unusual shell beach but it is worth clambering through the scrub to find it and remark about how unusual it is. Internet search reveals the clam shells were originally dumped off shore by a...More
Tarbert is recommended to everyone. Lovely very peaceful and quiet town. The shell beaches can be found by turning left in to Tarbert, heading to Harbour st. Best way is to park up at the harbour/shops, walk to the very end of Pier road, about...More
If you can get to the Shell Beach it is well worth climbing over the rocks to do so............but it is not for the faint-hearted (or the disabled). And don't go on your own. You might need assistance. If you are young and fit it...More
I would loved to have made it over the boulders to the beach, but decided it was too risky. These are not "rocks" or "stones", they as re huge boulders covered lichen and wet moss. I desperately wanted to get to the shells, but after...More
Visited here due to TripAdvisor reviews but was a little underwhelmed. Not sure what i was expecting but hayho it's a lovely walk along to get there, you pass many a lovely old building a fishing parts including the local ferry port.
Unfortunately I couldn't get to these coves. The weather was really wet and we were advised not to try and clamber over the rocks to get to them. We took their advice after seeing the amount of water coming off the hills and rushing over...More
Response from Charlie M | Reviewed this property |
Hi there were people fishing of the pier when we got there but moved as we approached. We then saw them at Shell beach and they scampered from there too. Maybe your not allowed to fish by rod but there were plenty of... More
Hi there were people fishing of the pier when we got there but moved as we approached. We then saw them at Shell beach and they scampered from there too. Maybe your not allowed to fish by rod but there were plenty of fishermen about the town.