A stunning sunrise this morning from our holiday cottage a stone’s throw from the beach. I love being able to hear the waves rolling up the sand 🙂
The beach was deserted apart from the locals!
Finn had fun
Coquet Island is an RSPB reserve and is home to a variety of protected seabirds, including puffins, as well as the wardens in spring and summer. The tiny island was initially a monastic cell in the 7th century, then was utilised as a lighthouse. It’s a designated sanctuary, the public are not allowed to land but boat trips can be taken to enjoy close up views of the birds.