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  • noun The top of a cliff.

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Examples

  • The clifftop was a peaceful place, a spot where one might lie in the summertime, guessing the shapes of scudding clouds.

    Chosen Of The Gods

  • Kirker also has a clifftop hotel with Mediterranean views, a boutique hotel in Ibiza old town, and a design hotel in a family-friendly beach resort.• 020-7593 1899, kirkerholidays.com; three nights at Es Coucons from £629pp B&B, including return flights and car hireTasting menus for set menu pricesUntil the end of May, a number of leading restaurants in Ibiza are offering a five-course tasting menu, including wine, for €35 a head.

    Beat this: what's new in the Balearics

  • The clifftop city of Tulum stands like a silent sentry over the aquamarine waters of the Caribbean.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

  • The clifftop city of Tulum stands like a silent sentry over the aquamarine waters of the Caribbean.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

  • A climb to the top of Jacob's ladder provides clifftop views of Jamestown, St Helena's capital.

    St Helena: a voyage of discovery

  • A horse that can leap from a clifftop, through the sky, across the whole wide sea itself, to the horizon?

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • But horror is never far behind, as she discovers when a body is found at a museum in a decaying clifftop mansion whose shadowy staff is dedicated to discovering the secrets of the sea.

    Publishing

  • For a clifftop view of the town, though, there's a steep climb up the 699 steps of Jacob's Ladder, a challenge for even the fittest walker.

    St Helena: a voyage of discovery

  • Eventually it comes, leading him to the clifftop scene where a man has been shot in the head, execution style.

    Book review

  • At the northern headland of Kini bay, take the footpath north for a 2km clifftop walk through heather to the sandy beach of Delfini.

    Insiders' guide to Greece

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