St Martin’s, Isles of Scilly
St Martin’s is the third largest island, and is the first land you see, with the distinguishing red and white Daymark, when travelling from the Mainland by sea or air. The island offers you an ideal day out for everyone with secluded, clean beaches and breath-taking scenery, with stunning views; such as across the vast expanse of Great Bay to the secluded tranquillity of Old Quay.
The character of the island is very much like its neighbour Tresco, with habitats ranging from the rugged, heather clad, cliffs of the north shore – shaped over the centuries by the relentless action of the North Atlantic’s winter gales, to the more sheltered southern aspect, characterised by small enclosed flower fields above sheltered sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
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