The Coastal Lowland is a narrow strip of relatively low ground between the sea and the cliffs leading to the Plateau.
Because of its proximity to the sea its climate is wetter than that of the Plateau, with fewer extremes of temperature. It is also more subject to fog.
There is considerable farming, although much of the land is marshy and not well suited to development.
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