To get to the cliffs of Seaton, you have to walk along a coast from the small town of Arbroath. Four large white pillars encircle the beginning of the walk. I admit to having found it a little pretentious. But seeing the cliffs of Seaton, I realised that they deserved all this grandiloquence!

You have to walk a little to discover the cliffs of Seaton. At least 20 minutes to see the most beautiful rocks. The further we go, the more we are amazed. In the red stone of Angus, the sea has carved extraordinary landscapes. My favourite crack is the one indicated by number 7.

Going down a small hiking path, you will discover caves, steep cliffs and oddly eroded rocks. This is the kingdom of seagulls. And dolphins it seems! Maybe the seagull has spotted some. Next time I will take a pair of binoculars!

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