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 [...]
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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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Oyster beach is the short piece of sand at the far north-western end of Herm and it is ‘off the beaten track’ so does not receive many visitors. From a Read more [...]
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 [...]
La Valette Bathing Pools are at the southern end of Havelet Bay in St. Peter Port, by the Clarence Battery headland. A two-minute climb up the steps by the (poor) Read more [...]
Fermain is mainly a smooth pebble beach until the tide drops right away, but despite its pebbly nature, it is very popular because it is an excellent sun-trap and offers Read more [...]