Clonque beach is a stoney/gravelly beach ideal for rock pooling. Small car park around coastal track behind Fort Tourgis.
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Braye Bay beach sheltered by Alderney’s Breakwater, which stretches three quarters of a mile out to sea, is a few minutes walk from town. Limited parking on Rue de Beaumont. Read more [...]
Arch Bay beach is a small sheltered beach favoured by families with young children. Off road parking available close to the beach.
Corblets beach is a sheltered sandy family beach. At high tide the rocks on the left cut off this bay from adjoining Arch Bay. A good surf beach break. Small Read more [...]
Saye beach is an excellent shallow white sandy family beach. Sand dunes separate the beach from the Saye campsite. Possible use of campsite toilets and small shop also located at Read more [...]
Platte Saline beach is NOT a swimming beach due to severe undertows, although it is a popular spot for fishing.
Longis Bay is a wide, half-mile sandy beach facing south, protected from winds by a substantial relic of the German Occupation. To one end you have Fort Raz which can Read more [...]