R is for Rock

Rowdy hooray public schoolers on half-term, pretending they are US college kids on spring break, have given Rock a bit of a reputation. Safe to say that in summer you can’t move for Breton stripes, boat shoes and Boden swimsuits, but out of season the sandy beach is a good bet for an easy walk.  The estuary widens at this point, but is still very sheltered and so when the tides aren’t too low it’s also a fun place to learn dinghy sailing.

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