Located on the north west coast of Guernsey, Grand Havre is a natural harbour with a beautiful sandy beach lining its shore. Grand Havre means "large haven", protecting local boats from prevailing southerly winds.
This charming harbour was seen as a strategic point at the end of the 18th century and defended accordingly by two imposing artillery towers, Rousse tower and Chouet tower, both worth a visit.
The Cobo Bay is a fantastic beachfront hotel in a fabulous location, facing the ocean on the west coast of Guernsey. The hotel features an award winning restaurant and stunning views over the sea and beach opposite.
The Hougue du Pommier Hotel is an original 17th century farmhouse that sits within eight acres of landscaped gardens and private land. The hotel features an outdoor heated swimming pool and a popular restaurant.
Mas des Sables Cottages are situated on the west coast of Guernsey. There is a selection of granite cottages, designed with comfortable and relaxing holidays in mind.
The Peninsula Hotel is a large hotel bordering a beautiful sandy bay and offering a selection of guest rooms as well as meeting and event facilities.
St. Pierre Park is one of Guernsey's premier resort hotels, set in rolling woodlands and gardens and featuring a golf course, a spa and a popular restaurant.
Located on the west coast of Guernsey, across from the sandy Grandes Rocques Bay, the Wayside Cheer is one of the island’s few seaside hotels. The hotel features a restaurant, garden and outdoor swimming pool.
L'Ancresse and Pembroke Bays are located in the north of Guernsey and offer beautiful fine sand, clear water for swimming and great rock pools.
Port Soif is a small and delightful natural harbour shaped like a horse shoe and lined with the best sand for castle building.
Ladies Bay is popular with families thanks to its lovely sand and safe swimming (no lifeguard).