Belvoir is a tiny and incredibly popular east facing sandy beach of probably no-more than 75 metres at its widest point in the indented coastline. The beach is steep so Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach Guernsey
Planning a trip to the Guernsey coast and looking for where the nearest beach is, our beach lists will help you discover the nearest beach to me. Then for each beach, we will answer questions around location, rural or town, sandy or pebble, rockpools, tide times, weather forecast, dog restrictions, bathing water quality, closest beach cafes and provide general information on the beach and its facilities.
When on a beach page use our tools to search nearby Guernsey seaside towns and the surrounding coast for things to see and do or places to stay and eat.
Finding the right beach in Guernsey is easy – simply explore the beach links below, to find the closest hit the jump to my location compass or use the search bar to plan where your next Guernsey beach visit should be.
Mouisonniere Beach is an underrated sandy affair that runs the entire length of Herm’s north coast between Alderney Point and Oyster Rocks. This is the beach to go for almost Read more [...]
Fishermans beach is a west-facing sand and shingle beach that is located immediately north of Herm’s harbour. A popular beach to paddle and swim in the shallows, but be wary Read more [...]
Pembroke Bay is a large sandy beach with central rocky outcrops that divides it into two locally recognised beaches – Pembroke and L’Ancresse. It’s gentle sloping nature makes it popular Read more [...]
Lying just south of Fort Grey (also known as the Cup and Saucer) is Rocquaine Bay which offers a lot of sand near the sea wall, gradually changing to rock Read more [...]
Portinfer is traditionally recognised as a low to mid tide surfing location, however, there is a small sandy stretch and pebble beach at the top of the bay that is Read more [...]
Grandes Rocques has something for everyone. It is a sandy expanse with rocky outcrops that contain many rock pools when the tide is down which are routinely explored by people Read more [...]
Dixcart Bay beach is a sand and pebble beach that all but disappears at high tide. TheHogs Back peninsular separates Dixcart Bay from Derrible Bay.
Shell beach is Herm’s most popular beach by far. A 5-600 metre stretch of beautiful (but quite coarse in places) sand running north to south. Usable at all states of Read more [...]
Port Soif is sheltered, well protected sandy 180-degree cove which is very popular in the summer months with all ages. With the tide half-up and half-down it is a prime Read more [...]
Port Grat is a very under-rated sandy west coast beach. As the tide goes out, small rocky outcrops are revealed, though best enjoyed when the tide is half-way up to Read more [...]
Petit Port is tucked inside the Jerbourg peninsula and presents a lush sandy beach when the tide drops. Access is via 270 or so steps down the cliff, but the Read more [...]