All Places in Saint Sampson
- 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 half-way down. No immediate facilities although Rousse is just the other side of the headland a few minutes away. There is one small car park at the northern end of the beach which is access via the road that leads to the Rousse headland, past the Peninsual hotel.
- Rousse bay is a sheltered sandy bay that houses many of the Guernsey west coast fishing boats. It is a popular location with local school children in the summer months as the pier provides a jumping point and there is some snorkelling to be done there. There are two small car parks, a kiosk open almost year-round and toilets which are located by the fisherman’s area. The Rousse pre-Martello tower is a popular site to explore on the headland. There is also a little stone hut next to it which offers some history on the area.