On the far northeastern side of the island, the Yehliu Promontory extends 1,700m (5,577ft) into the Pacific – a giant layer cake of sedimentary rocks which the waves, wind and rain have eroded into a phantasmagoria of weird shapes. Outcrops resembling mushrooms, ginger roots and candles are to be found in profusion, and there are a handful of even odder formations in the shape of fairy shoes, beehives and a much photographed ‘Queen’s Head’.

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