The cliffs at Eshaness offer spectacular views. Volcanic rock has eroded into craggy rock faces where many birds nest and lay their eggs. Climbers use the area and there are walks along the cliffs.
The rock has formed into stacks, arches and blow holes along the coast around Eshaness.
Braewick beach is just a short walk from the campsite. Offering spectacular views of the Drongs there is also fascinating geology to view.
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