Dutchman's Cap

Nature

The cliff of the Dutchmans Cap (a parabolic dune emerged 24.4 m from the sea) is constantly eroded by the beat of the waves and falls to the seaside by the slant of 20-22 meters height.

From the earliest times the Dutchmans Cap was overgrown by the old pine and oak forest and was a big contrast to the sand plain, which had stretched around. The hill was a good guide for seamen and fishermen.

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