The south coast cliffs are the largest continuous expanse of semi-natural vegetation on the Island, consisting mainly of maritime heathland and cliff top grassland.
Guernsey's 28.5 mile cliff path networks meanders from La Valette in St. Peter Port to Pleinmont, plus numerous miles of coastal path and common which creates a mosaic of habitats that sustain a rich biodiversity.
The south coast is a Site of Nature Conservation Importance (SNCI) and is a valuable site for rare, semi-tropical plants, as well as for various species of bird to nest or visit.
Guernsey's cliff paths are cut by hand twice a year between May and October
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