Looking over Hanover Cove and along the impressive cliffs leading to Cligga Head .
Hanover Cove is named after the Hanover which was wrecked in a storm in 1763 losing some of its cargo
of gold coins.
Divers have recovered the ship’s bell, a musket and shot and many iron guns, however much of the treasure
is said to be still buried under sand on board the wreck.
Location: SW 7353 5291