Bibette Head is the site of some of the most interesting and best-preserved WWII German defences in the Channel Islands.
The rocky peninsular – with its intact trenches, tunnel, armoured machine gun cupola and casemated gun positions – offers a remarkable insight into the fortification of the island.
Bibette Head by Alan Perks
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