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Expert Guide to Guernsey Beaches

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Seaside breaks start in Guernsey, the gorgeous, secluded coves and the crystal-clear waters make for the perfect, warm summer holiday. Whether you are after a picturesque, sheltered, adventure-fueled or family-friendly beach, Guernsey has a location to please everyone. Relax in the glistening sunshine with the sand between your toes and enjoy the delicious ice cream on some of the cleanest beaches in the British Isles. The best beaches in Guernsey are at your fingertips and our insider's guide will provide you with everything you need to know before your visit.

Top 10 beaches in Guernsey

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1. Cobo Bay, Castel

When arriving at Cobo, it almost feels as though you have been transported to the Caribbean because of the soft white sand and turquoise seas. If you are after the perfect day out this beach caters to everyone’s needs. Start your day by having a dip in the inviting waters and if you fancy snorkelling or kayaking the crystal-clear sea is ideal for this. There are lots of eateries nearby if you start to feel peckish and you can even take advantage of the gorgeous views in the evening at a local bar to keep the night going. 

More information on Cobo Bay

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Families / Views / Watersports / Eateries  

Watersports & Activities

Snorkeling, diving, fishing, surfing, kayaking, bathing & swimming

Where

West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 41, 42, 62, 91, 92, N2. Exit at Cobo Bay.

Parking Information

Plenty free parking nearby.

Accessibility information

There is a slipway at the northern and southern end of the beach. 

Nearest places to eat

Ample as Cobo Tea Room, Cobo Fish and Chip Bar, Cobo Kiosk, Cobo Bay Hotel, The Rockmount and La Réunion are all close by. 

Nearest shop

The closest shop to the beach is an Iceland.

Nearest WC

Next to Cobo Kiosk.

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2. Fermain Bay, St Martin’s

Fermain Bay in Guernsey is famous amongst locals and visitors for being breath-taking and is one of the most beautiful tucked away gems on the Island. It is a rare pebbly beach and accessed via a cliff-top path or road down to the Bay but car parking is very limited. Located at the beach is the award-winning Fermain Beach Café, an exceptional spot to catch up with friends and enjoy some delicious seafood in the sunshine.

 

More information on Fermain Bay

Type of Beach

Pebbled 

Good for

Views / Families / Couples 

Watersports & Activities

Bathing and swimming.  

Where

South East of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 19, 92, 93, 94, 95, N3. Exit at The Fermain Tavern and continue walking along and down Fermain Lane.

Parking Information

There is a small amount of parking situated next to the café and there is also parking at the top of the path.

Accessibility information

Vehicular access is strictly by permit only. Disabled badge holders can obtain permits from the Traffic Services Section of the Environment Department – tel. +44 (0) 1481 243400 – to be able to be dropped off/collected at the bay.

Nearest places to eat

Fermain Beach Café is at the top of the slipway.

Nearest shop

There are no shops in the bay.

Nearest WC

Next to the beach café.

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3. Grandes Rocques, Castel

Similar to other beaches located on the west side of the Island, Grandes Rocques shares a beautiful sunset viewpoint. This beach is slightly less busy than Cobo so if you are looking somewhere that is quiet, yet still offers the same breath-taking views this spot is ideal. There are plenty of rock pools for the kids to explore when the tide is out and you can still swim during all tides. A range of amenities is nearby for when you or your family start getting hungry and you can bring your canine companion with you as dogs are always permitted.

 

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Families / Views / Dogs / Couples 

Watersports & Activities

Rock pooling, bathing & swimming

Where

West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 41, 42, 62, 91, 92, N2. Exit at Grandes Rocques.

Parking Information

Adjacent to the beach and at the northern end.

Accessibility information

A steep access ramp from the beach top car park.

Nearest places to eat

Grandes Rocques Beach Kiosk, Wayside Cheer Hotel and Grandes Rocques Bistro. The venues at Cobo are just a few minutes’ walk away.

Nearest shop

There is a butcher, delicatessen and off licence just across from the beach.

Nearest WC

Next to the kiosk. 

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4. Petit Bot, St Martin’s, Guernsey

Petit Bot is one of the most gorgeous beaches in Guernsey, the little cove is sheltered by high cliffs creating a golden suntrap for sunbathers. There is limited parking nearby, so we recommend you get there early to grab a spot. Be careful steps down to the beach can be a little tricky! The walk is completely worth the effort as you are welcomed by an idyllic waterfall and a pebbled beach top that continues to sand further down. The swimming here is sublime and the kids can have fun playing in the nearby rock pools. 

 

More information on Petit Bot

Type of Beach

Sandy and Rocky

Good for

Couples / Families / Views / Activities

 

Watersports & Activities

Bathing, swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and rock pooling.  

Where

South of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, N3 and Exit at La Bourg. Begin walking and follow signs for the German Underground Hospital until to get to Petit Bot Café.

Parking Information

There is a small car park nearby. 

Accessibility Information

Access to the beach is difficult because of the cobbled slipway.

Nearest places to eat

Petit Bot Tea Rooms.

Nearest shop

There are no shops at this beach.

Nearest WC

Yes close by.

 

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5. L’Ancresse/Pembroke, Vale

L’Ancresse and Pembroke bay are two of the best beaches in Guernsey and situated right at the top of the Island. The beach is frequently thriving with sailors, kayakers, windsurfers and surfers! The bays have a slight slope and a vast expanse of sand is great for playing beach games with the kids and even the littlest ones can paddle in the sea. The spot is also a population destination amongst dog walkers during the winter months as there is loads of room for your furry friend to chase after balls and bounce through the waves.

More information on Pembroke Bay

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Views / Watersports / Families

Watersports & Activities

Bathing, swimming and kayaking.  

Where

North of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 11, 12, 92, 93, N1 and exit at L’Ancresse. 

Parking Information

Plenty of parking at the top of the beach.

Accessibility information

Slipways at both ends of the beach which provides access for wheelchair users.

Nearest places to eat

L’Ancresse Bay Kiosk and The Beach House are both located on the bay.

Nearest shop

Beach essentials can be bought at the kiosk.

Nearest WC

Next to the Beach House.

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6. Vazon Bay, Castel

Vazon Bay is a surfer’s paradise and home to the Guernsey Surf School. If you are not a surfer just yet this beach is your calling as they cater for all abilities. The location is also extremely popular amongst windsurfers and kite surfers alike, but if you aren't keen on dipping your toes in the water you can relax at one of the nearby eateries or enjoy the spectacular sunsets. The stretch is around a mile and a half long which makes it the largest beach on the Island, so has plenty of space to roam around.

 

More information on Vazon Bay

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Families / Views / Watersports  

Watersports & Activities

Snorkeling, diving, kayaking, fishing, surfing, windsurfing & swimming

Where

West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 41, 42, 62, 91, 92, N2. Exit at Vazon Bay.

Parking Information

Ample free parking nearby.

Accessibility information

Long and shallow slipway, ideal for wheelchair users.

Nearest places to eat

Crabby Jacks Restaurant, Richmond Kiosk and Vistas Beach Café.

Nearest shop

There are no shops here.

Nearest WC

Yes there are toilets next to Richmond Kiosk and at Vistas Beach Café.

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7. Rocquaine Bay, Torteval

Rocquaine is one of Guernsey’s very few shingle beaches and in the summer, you can find patches of golden sand along the stretch. The beach is close to Portelet and they are connected by a short coastal road. At the other end of the bay you can see the Cup and Saucer, otherwise known as Fort Grey which is a Martello Tower built in 1804 to defend the coast. The beach itself is breathtaking and there is a variety of restaurants and cafés nearby to help fuel your appetite, get ready for a great day at Rocquaine Bay.

 

More information on Rocquaine Bay

Type of Beach

Shingle and sand 

Good for

Families / Dogs / Views 

Watersports & Activities

Swimming & bathing

Where

South West of Guernsey 

Bus Routes

Bus routes 61, 71, 91, 92, 93, 94, N3. Exit at Rocquaine Bay.

Parking Information

Parking is available at Guernsey Pearl or along the road at the south end of the bay.

Accessibility Information

Disabled access is available. 

Nearest Places to Eat

Guernsey Pearl Café is opposite Fort Grey or Portelet Bay Kiosk is a 10-minute walk. The Imperial Hotel serves food seven days per week and has an outside terrace and bar overlooking the beach.

Nearest shop

There are no shops in the bay.

Nearest WC

10-minute walk away at Portelet. 

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8. Portelet, Torteval

Portelet is a quaint little fishing harbour, perfect for watching the world go by. The beach is sheltered, safe and you can enjoy a swim in the shallow waters. As this beach is west-facing you can experience hours of glorious sunshine on your day out. The sea in Guernsey is warmest around September so it might be worth considering an early autumn break as well as a summer holiday. You can keep the little ones entertained by exploring the sea edge rock pools for marine life.

 

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy and rocky

Good for

Families / Dogs / Views

Watersports & Activities

Swimming

Where

South West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 61, 71, 91, 92, 93. Alight at Portelet Bay.

Parking Information

Along the main road and a small car park behind the kiosk.

Accessibility information

Disabled access is available via a cobbled slipway.

Nearest places to eat

Portelet Bay Kiosk sells ice cream and refreshments.

Nearest shop

The kiosk sells beach essentials.

Nearest WC

Yes there are toilets nearby.

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9. Saints Bay, St Martin’s

The gorgeous sandy cove is shielded by the surrounding cliffs and the perfect spot for a nice relaxing swim. This is one of Guernsey's less-visited beaches but that doesn't make it any less beautiful, ideal for those who want a more tranquil environment. This location could almost be mistaken for the dazzling blues of the Mediterranean Sea alongside the gorgeous golden sand. Saints Bay is one of the Island’s hidden gems and a wonderful location for photographers who are after some amazing photo opportunities.

 

More information on Saints Bay

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Couples / Views / Dogs

Watersports & Activities

Bathing & swimming

Where

South of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 81 and exit at La Barbarie Hotel. Walk south on Saints Bay Road until you get to the kiosk. 

Parking Information

Parking up the hill as well as by the harbour.

Accessibility information

The cove is not very accessible.

Nearest places to eat

The Saints Bay Kiosk is located at the top of the slipway. 

Nearest shop

There are no shops at this beach.

Nearest WC

Port Soif Common.

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10. Moulin Huet, St Martin’s

If there are any Art Historians out there you will recognise this spectacular beach in some of the French Impressionist artist, Renoir’s, paintings. Renoir spent a month on the Island and became infatuated with Moulin Huet, producing 15 famous paintings of the location. The beach gives off a Mediterranean vibe because of the shallow waters and stunning views from the surrounding cliffs. From sunbathing to swimming in the turquoise sea, there is something for everyone here.

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy 

Good for

Views / Families / Couples / Tranquil / History

Watersports & Activities

Bathing, rock-pooling & swimming.  

Where

South East of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus route 81.

Parking Information

There is parking at the top of the bay.

Accessibility information

Difficult to access for wheelchair users.

Nearest places to eat

You can find Moulin Huet Tea Rooms near the bay.

Nearest shop

There are no shops in the bay.

Nearest WC

Yes at the top of the footpath.

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Beaches in the South

L’Eree Bay, St Peter

Families flock to L’Eree in the summer months due to the golden sand and crystal-clear waters. There is a lot of marine life to see at this beach especially when exploring the nearby rock pools, don’t forget your snorkels for an exciting underwater adventure. The extraordinary natural beauty is breathtaking and when nightfall approaches you can enjoy the tranquil sunsets with your loved ones. The beach is frequently cleaned and there is a range of amenities nearby, so grab your buckets and spades and head down to one of the best Guernsey beaches!

 

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy and rocky

Good for

Families / Views / Restaurants

Watersports & Activities

Snorkelling, diving, rock pooling, fishing & swimming. Swimming is best at high tide.

Where

South West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 61, 62, 71, 91, 92, 93, 94, N3. Exit at L’Eree Bay.

Parking Information

Parking for 200 spaces and steps that lead down to the beach. 

Accessibility information

There is a slipway at the northern end of the bay.  

Nearest places to eat

The Kingfisher Chip Shop, L’Eree Bay Hotel and A Taste of India are all close to the bay.

Nearest shop

There are no shops here.

Nearest WC

Yes there are toilets above the beach.

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Le Jaonnet Bay, St Martin’s

The small, sandy cove is not easily accessible and often quiet, making it the perfect, relaxing escape away from all the hustle and bustle. The beach is reached by a 10-minute cliff top walk from Icart point, 218 steps down the steps and a ladder onto rocks. There are no amenities nearby, so we recommend that you bring a picnic along with you. It is hidden away and the journey can be a challenging plus Le Jaonnet is informally known and used as the only naturist beach on the Island.

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Couples / Views / Dogs / Naturists

Watersports & Activities

Bathing & swimming

Where

South of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 81 and exit at Icart corner, continue walking south along Icart Road. When you get to the car park turn right and walk along the cliff path.

Parking Information

10-minute walk from Icart Point.

Accessibility information

The bay is not easily accessible.

Nearest places to eat

Saints Bay Hotel is located at Icart point and is a 10-minute walk. 

Nearest shop

There are no shops at this beach.

Nearest WC

Icart Point.

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Petit Port, St Martin’s  

After a steep 270 step journey down, you will reach gorgeous Petit Port. It is secluded, luxurious and completely compelling making the trek to the beach is worth every bit of effort. You might be lucky and have the beach completely to yourself, perfect for those who want to get lost in a book or relax the day away. We recommend bringing a picnic with you as you’ll have to climb back up the steps to get to the nearest eatery.

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Type of Beach

Sandy 

Good for

Views / Families / Couples / Tranquil

Watersports & Activities

Bathing and swimming.  

Where

South East of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 81 and exit at Doyle Column. Walk along Route de Jerbourg and then take the footpath on your left.

Parking Information

You will find the closest parking at Jerbourg Point.

Accessibility information

Not accessible by wheelchair users.

Nearest places to eat

In the parking area you will find Jerbourg Kiosk.

Nearest shop

There are no shops in the bay.

Nearest WC

Jerbourg Point.

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Beaches in the west

Portinfer, Vale

The swell at Portinfer makes it popular amongst experienced surfers and the large rocks that form the cove create an incredible backdrop. This beach can be quite dangerous, and it is recommended that you don’t go in the waters at low tide or when the tide is on the way up because of the sharp rocks. However, when the tide is on its way down the beach can get reasonably busy on a hot summer’s day.

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Couples / Views / Dogs / Surfing

Watersports & Activities

Surfing

Where

West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 91 and 92. Exit at Portinfer.

Parking Information

There is parking at Port Soif Common and there is also some parking at the north end of the bay. 

Accessibility information

Difficult to access.

Nearest places to eat

The Surfside Kiosk is located at Port Soif and a short walk away.

Nearest shop

Surfside Kiosk sells beach essentials.

Nearest WC

Port Soif Kiosk.

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Port Soif, Vale

Port Soif is a horseshoe-shaped beach that is safe and sheltered by the surrounding sand dunes. It is popular amongst both locals and tourists and you can often find families enjoying a BBQ on a warm summer’s evening. At low tide, there is a bit of a walk to get to the sea, but it is the perfect opportunity for the little ones to grab their nets and explore the rock pools. Swimming is best at high tide.

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Couples / Views / Dogs / Rock pooling

Watersports & Activities

Bathing & swimming

Where

West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 91 and 92. Exit at Port Soif.

Parking Information

There is parking at Port Soif Common.

Accessibility information

Difficult to access, steps with handrails both sides leading to the beach. There are also some steep slopes leading to the beach.

Nearest places to eat

The Surfside Kiosk is located at Port Soif. 

Nearest shop

Surfside Kiosk sells beach essentials.

Nearest WC

Yes at Port Soif Common.

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Port Grat, Vale  

Port Grat is small horseshoe-shaped bay and offers a more privacy than other beaches on the island. It is a gorgeous location if you are after a long day of basking in the sunshine and having a refreshing dip in the sea. If you want to take an energy inducing potter, walk to Rousse Headland and glance at the fully restored Rousse Tower. The nearby kiosk sells delicious snacks and refreshments to fuel your day of fun.

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Views / Families / Sunbathers / Couples

Watersports & Activities

Bathing and swimming.  

Where

West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 31, 32, 91 and 92, exit at Port Grat. 

Parking Information

At the beginning of the bay there is parking available on Rousse headland.

Nearest places to eat

Rousse Kiosk is on the headland and the Peninsula Hotel is also nearby.

Nearest shop

There are no shops nearby.

Nearest WC

Rousse headland.

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Beaches in the North

Grand Havre, Vale  

This incredible bay and natural harbour used to be where the Vale parish was once separated from the rest of Guernsey and the sea would flow between the two Islands. With golden sand to play in and beautiful clear waters to swim it is not to be missed. If you want a bit more history on your trip to the beach, Grand Havre used to be an 18th-century strategic point and was defended by Rousse tower and Chouet, both worth a visit on your day out!

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Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Views / Families / History / Couples / Dogs

Watersports & Activities

Bathing and swimming.  

Where

North West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 12, 21, 31, 32, 91, 92, P2 and N1. Exit at Le Grande Havre. 

Parking Information

There is parking at Rousse Tower.

Accessibility information

Not easily accessible. There is a pebbled slipway on the south side of the beach.

Nearest places to eat

There is a variety of places to eat including Les Amarreurs Kiosk, Vale Pond Kiosk, Peninsula Hotel, The Houmet Tavern and Rousse Kiosk.

Nearest WC

Rousse Tower.

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Chouet and Ladies Bay, Vale  

The adjoining bays are blessed with glorious views, crystal clear waters and soft sand. This location is popular with windsurfers and kite surfers if you are feeling adventurous. The Guernsey Sailing Trust runs windsurfing courses here for all abilities. The amenities here are great as there is lots of car parking available and delicious meals served at the local Roc Salt Restaurant for when you start craving some grub. There is a children’s outdoor playground situated at the beach.

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Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Views / Families / Couples / Dogs

Watersports & Activities

Bathing, windsurfing and swimming.  

Where

North West of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 12, 13, 91, 92. Exit at L’Ancresse Common and continue walking along Mont Cuet Road.

Parking Information

There is parking at the south and north ends of the bay.

Accessibility information

Can be accessed via the slipway of the adjoining car park. 

Nearest places to eat

Roc Salt Restaurant, a kiosk and mobile kiosk are all situated on the headland.

Nearest shop

There are no shops in the bay.

Nearest WC

At both ends of the bay.

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Beaches in the East

Bordeaux Harbour, Vale    

Bordeaux fishing harbour has a lot of character and the little fishing boats dotted on the shore are extremely picturesque. The small bay is a fantastic spot for snorkelling because the water has wonderful visibility. Swimming beyond the harbour entrance is not recommended due to the strong currents. The harbour is a unique location to take your dog as there are no restrictions and you can also easily reach Vale Castle on foot if you are after a touch of culture on your day out.

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Type of Beach

Sandy

Good for

Views / Families / Couples / Tranquil / Walking

Watersports & Activities

Bathing & swimming.  

Where

East of Guernsey

Bus routes

Bus routes 11, 91, 92 and N1. Exit at Bordeaux.

Parking Information

There is parking at either side of the bay.

Accessibility information

Limited accessibility

Nearest places to eat

There are no places to eat nearby.

Nearest shop

There are no shops in the bay.

Nearest WC

None.

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Havelet Bay, St. Peter Port   

Havelet Bay in Guernsey is the convenient location as it is situated in St. Peter Port. If you are staying in the town centre for a short break away this beach is only a stone's throw away, so if you start feeling hungry or fancy a change of scenery you can always nip back into town. There are also three tidal pools at Havelet Bay, so you don’t need to worry about the sea being unsafe for your little ones. The views here are incredible as you can see the gorgeous Castle Cornet just offshore which is connected by a causeway.

 

More information

Type of Beach

Sandy and shingle

Good for

Views / Families / Couples / Tranquil / Eateries

Watersports & Activities

Swimming & kayaking.

Where

East of Guernsey

Bus routes

All buses stop here.

Parking Information

There is a variety of paring along the bay as well as in St Peter Port. 

Accessibility information

Accessible by a slipway.

Nearest places to eat

There are a variety of restaurants at Havelet Bay including The Slaughterhouse, Octopus Restaurant and Coco Brasserie.

Nearest shop

St Peter Port is only a short walk away. 

Nearest WC

On the Castle Pier.

Map of Guernsey beaches

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Best Guernsey beaches for families

  1. Cobo 
  2. Vazon
  3. Port Soif 
  4. Pembroke and L’Ancresse Bays 
  5. Chouet Bay and Ladies Bay 
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Dog-friendly beaches in Guernsey

You can bring your whole family on holiday with you, the beaches are a fulfilled escape for dogs as there is plenty of room to run around as well as beautiful waters to swim in. Most of the beaches in Guernsey will allow dogs at some point throughout the year and the majority are dog-friendly during the summer months.

 

READ OUR GUIDE TO DOG-FRIENDLY BEACHES IN GUERNSEY

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Best surfing beaches in Guernsey

Vazon

Vazon Bay is without a doubt the best place for surfing in Guernsey and the large tidal range makes it one of the best places to learn to surf in Europe! Vazon Bay is also home to Guernsey Surf School, they cater to all abilities and focus on safety, quality as well as fun. The waves here can get up to 10ft tall and it is the most surfed spot on the Island.

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Portinfer

Portinfer is in a secluded spot near Port Soif and often picks up more swell than Vazon. Shortboarders frequently like to surf here because from mid-tide down it picks up a little more swell. It is another one of the most popular surfing locations but when the tide begins to rise there are sharp rocks that can be dangerous, so we would recommend this location for experienced surfers.

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Perelle Bay

Perelle is located behind the islet Dom Hue and the reef creates forceful right-handers and long left-breaking waves that arise over shallow rocks. The ideal swell is westerly, and the ideal wind is easterly, you can even get some of the biggest waves in Guernsey here. Perelle is larger than Vazon and the setting is beautiful which will make your surfing experience more enjoyable.

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Beaches near St Peter Port

Havelet Bay

Havelet Bay is south of St. Peter Port’s harbour and can be easily accessed from the town centre by walking. There is a lot of street parking available if you prefer to drive but this can fill up quite quickly. The location is perfect for a relaxing stroll along the beach whilst admiring the views of Castle Cornet in the horizon.