This area known as Southern Shores is wild, consisting of a mixture of terrain. The northern end is a narrow bar of mud flats that joins South Faroe to North. From here, a path runs along the shoreline to Han Cross.
The shore itself is still bounded by mud flats, but there are no cliffs here. On the western shore, cliffs prevail, topped by coniferous forest. This forest gives way to ash, birch and beech moving east, in a more sheltered glen that houses Shiltzen. Further east the land becomes more exposed and the forest gives way to scrub and copse, and eventually the pastures of Han Cross.