Cobo beach is probably the second most popular beach on Guernsey. It is primarily a sandy channel lying between the distinctive Cobo geology. It is deceptively steep around the half-tide Read more [...]
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Clonque beach is a stoney/gravelly beach ideal for rock pooling. Small car park around coastal track behind Fort Tourgis.
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 [...]
Bordeaux is separated into two bays by an L-shaped granite pier and slipway. The northern bay is where a number of small fishing and pleasure boats are moored. When the Read more [...]
Arch Bay beach is a small sheltered beach favoured by families with young children. Off road parking available close to the beach.
The beach in Creux harbour is popular but you do need to be aware of the boats, although this is no longer the main harbour on Sark. The small beach Read more [...]
Derrible Bay is a sandy beach with pebbles and rocks. On this headland you get some sea caves. This bay along with Dixcart are popular boat anchorages.
Eperquerie Landing beach is a small pebble beach. This was an old landing (hence the name) point for boats.
La Grande Grève beach is the largest and one of the most popular beaches on Sark. This west facing beach is one of the few sandy beaches on Sark and Read more [...]
Port du Moulin is a pebble beach with some very interesting rock and cliff formations.
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.
Bears beach is a west-facing sand and shingle beach that is located just off the entrance to the Common at Robert’s Cross. No facilities, the nearest toilets are back at Read more [...]