All Places in Saint Peter
- Lihou does not have any sandy beaches but it does the provide the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant walk across the winding cobbled causeway from the L’Eree headland in order to spend a couple of hours away from Guernsey before the tide floods back in. Lihou is not accessible at every low tide and therefore the information board should be checked at the slipway. There is a private house (rentable) on Lihou but toilet facilities are not available publicly. The nearest toilets are located at L’Eree bay car park. Parking for Lihou island can be found near the German MP3 observation tower. Tide tables for Lihou Island access can be found on this page: www.gov.gg/lihouisland
- L’Eree beach is open sandy beach and as the tide ebbs, a wide expanse of the rocky seabed is exposed providing much to explore. Lihou Island can be accessed from here along the causeway when there is a low tide. Car park, toilets, a curry house and fish and chip shop are located by the beach. Also close by is the L’Eree Bay hotel which often offers a ‘dip and dine’ deal.
- 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 as you move further away. Rocquaine is deceptively sheltered from the typical prevailing winds and surprisingly often overlooked as a good choice of beach. There is limited parking available along the coast road. The nearest toilets are located at the Portelet beach kiosk which is 2-3 minutes walk west.