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