History of the L’Eree Peninsula since the Ice Ages

This tour focuses on the history of the L’Eree headland area from around 120,000 years ago up to the 1940s.

This circular walk takes in a Neolithic/Bronze Age passage grave and other pre-historic stone building and settlements, coastal features of the Ice Ages, the best preserved WWII German trenches in the island, the wreck of the ‘Prosperity’ – as well as existing German and Napoleonic fortifications.

The walk concludes with a look in a preserved German anti-tank bunker.

Starting at 9.45am – walk lasts 2.5 hours

Meet in the car park opposite the  Taste of India Restaurant at L’Eree

£8 per person

Lead by Silver Accredited Guide Tim Osborne