Rocquaine Bay – is the first of several stretches of sweeping sands along Guernsey’s west coast.
Perelle Bay – takes its name from the Celtic word for rock and at low tide, the bay is a rocky vista.
Vazon Bay – a broad expanse of firm sand, the area is renowned for windsurfing and in summer, the flat beach is used for motorbike racing!
Cobo Bay – named after the pink coloured granite which is found here and used for many a building on the west coast, Cobo is a favourite with families offering a safe and sandy beach. Excellent for windsurfing.
Saints Bay – on the rugged south coast is a tiny, away from it all cove with just a small beach kiosk which provides food and numerous beach necessities.
Fermain Bay – on the east coast lies at the end of a beautiful wooded valley. The Moorings, on the northern side of the entrance to the bay, is a perfect spot for swimming and diving in deep water.
L’Ancresse Bay – in the north, two beautiful sandy beaches, L’Ancresse and Pembroke, split by a line of rocks running into the sea.
L’Eree Bay – looking out towards Hanois lighthouse, which guards Guernsey’s Atlantic coast, the sea wall offers shelter creating a sun trap on a lovely sandy bay.