The Nez de Jobourg, “if it had been shorter, the whole face of the Earth would have changed”
Among the many obligatory landmarks of the Hague, there is one not to be missed under any circumstances, the Nez de Jobourg. Culminating at a height of 128 meters, it offers one of the most exceptional panoramas on the English Channel and, well beyond, towards the British islands of Alderney and Jersey.
Just below you, dive into history and adventure through the Fairy, Lion and Great Church caves, which, according to legend, were used as a hideout for smugglers from the 17th to 19th century. In addition, nature lovers will be amazed by the many animal species, especially birds, which have found, in this place, an ideal nesting space.