A small, isolated, undeveloped harbour with many coves and islands and a unique entrance passage.
Where: North east of Liverpool below Medway Harbour
Skill Level: Beginner
Time: Day trip
Distance: 8 km
This small protected harbour remained undeveloped because of the rock piles at its entrance.
Today there are only a few homes on the south side with many rocky islands, coves and hidden ponds to explore.
Within this small harbour and easy paddling distance is a lot of variety from the marshes at the head of the harbour to secluded beaches at the entrance.
Much of the inner harbour is eel grass but there are also occasional rock and sand beaches to land on.Click here for more information about this route