A picturesque, historic, fishing village, steeped in maritime atmosphere and history, once owned by the Queen of England. This atmosphere is embodied in a traffic-free, cobbled street with flower-strewn cottages, tumbling down a cleft in the 400-foot cliff to the ancient fishing harbour and 14th-century quay bringing glorious views along the way. Just donkeys and sledges move needed supplies to the village. It combines a rich environment and an historic village, with so much to see and explore. It promises visitors a wonderful half day out, full of memories and staying a night or two is a very good thing to do.