Long Point is a 21 m high granite headland blanketed by clifftop dunes. It protrudes 2 km to the east bordered by sloping granite rocks. On its eastern side is a small 60 m wide rocky embayment containing beach T 135. This is a curving 100 m long boulder beach, backed by semi-stable transgressive dunes that have blown up from the former sandy beach and over the point.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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