Altitude 3m a.s.l
Longis wall © Dr_wondering_B
Built by the Nazis's as part of the Atlantic sea wall with slave labour Longis wall provides a wind shelter to the beach.
From a climbing perspective it offers some interesting climbs. Either scaling the wall and facing the over hang to going up the side of the attached bunkers.
Being composed of cement and grains of stone, it is not nice on the fingertips.
Wander down the road to the Nunnery. Then either onto the beach for the face of the wall or carry on to the bunker opposite the Nunnery.
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