Rocquaine Bay is a shingle beach with sandy patches and despite being in one of the most rural parishes, St. Pierre du Bois, the bay is very popular with locals and tourists alike for both sunbathing and swimming.
You may also recognise views from the beach across to Fort Grey which are often used to promote Guernsey's beautiful and unique coastline.
There is a good selection of places to eat along the bay or just enjoy a refreshing drink on a summer’s day including the Guernsey Pearl Café.
The Farmhouse Hotel is a quiet 4 star hotel in the centre of Guernsey's rural countryside. The hotel offers contemporary accommodation in an original 15th century building.
The Imperial Hotel is situated on Guernsey's south-west corner, surrounded by sandy beaches, blue seas and extensive cliffpath walks.
Rocquaine Bay Apartments are situated on a quiet country lane and within easy reach of many quiet coastal walks.
Fermain Bay is a beautiful little bay at the bottom of Fermain Valley on the east coast of Guernsey, reached only by foot or boat.
Havelet Bay is directly south of St. Peter Port's main harbour and is therefore easily accessible from the town centre.
Petit Port is arduous to reach but the rewards will be worth your while.