The castle itself is really quite spectacular but you do need to pay to see it (£10pp or free for national trust members). In truth the best part is walking the causeway at low tide as it's almost magical. You can get a boat across should you miss low tide. Whatever side you're on i recommend finding a spot to watch the tide come in - not only is it fascinating to watch the landscape change so quickly but it's also hilarious watching so many people race to beat the tide!
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