For those who love wildlife, this walk is a treat. We start with the Shingle Bank which hosts a wealth of flora and fauna. Across the road is the Colin Best Nature Reserve and La Claire Mare, a low-lying saline wetland. Beyond lies the headland known as Le Catioroc, home to Le Trépied dolmen, so-called because of its three capstones. In local folklore, this site was known for being the haunt of witches.
Inland is St Apolline's, a tiny chapel which sits by the side of the road. Returning to the coast, you will reach Vazon Bay, a magnificent stretch of sand. There is no shortage of beach kiosks and cafes along this route. The sandy beaches also offer the opportunity to spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic.