As the world wakes, you can head into town and explore the delights of this historic seaside town and enjoy a varied selection of food and heritage experiences. When the afternoon light starts to fade, take a gentle stroll along the shoreline.
The winter sunset lights the rooftops and sends murmurations of starlings into whirling flight across the sky as the town settles down for the night ahead.
If your trip coincides with a new moon you may be rewarded with a crash of tides and brightly lit waves on a black sea. In September the Harvest Moon rises light and buttery, while the colder Wolf Moon of January shimmers over the wide horizon.
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