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Petit Bot Beach in Guernsey

Petit Bot Bay on a crisp May day - visit by car or by walking from the bus route.  This is a south-facing sheltered bay, simply lovely for swimming, paddling, snorkelling or exploring rock pools.  This is also part of the south coast cliff walk route.  There is a café by the beach for refreshment.

Pembroke Bay, in the north of the island, is a vast expanse of sand when the tide is out, but ideal for swimming and for wind-surfing at most tide levels.  A designated area is set aside for the watersports so no need for the swimmers to worry.  Close by is the common, which contains the island's main golf course.  There is also a lovely Thai massage and beauty treatment salon which is literally a stone's throw from the beach.

Chouet Beach in Guernsey

Hillcrest Cottage Garden in Guernsey

Hill Crest Cottage's garden and conversation pit with the ongoing view of the road and the sea beyond.

Shell Beach - one of Herm's spectacular beaches, taken from the cliff walk between Belvoir Bay and Shell Beach - the far side of Herm.

Shell Beach in the small Island of Herm

Cobo  Bay Sunset in Guernsey

A west coast sunset taken from Cobo Beach - close to the best Fish and Chip shop on the island.  Eat your supper while sitting on the sea wall watching the sun go down - this is what the locals do.

Rainbow over St Peter Port - taken from the Crown Pier early in the morning.

St Peter Port Guernsey, Morning Rainbow

View of Guernsey from Herm

A view of Guernsey taken from the summit of the hill in Herm, close to St Tugual's chapel.

Pembroke Bay - looking towards L'Ancresse.

Pembroke Bay in Guernsey

Saints Bay in Guernsey

Saints Bay from the cliff path.

Beach Art on Petit Port Beach.

Sand Art at Petit Port in Guernsey

Sunlight on Cobwebs in Herm

Cobwebs on thistles in Herm.

Sunrise behind Castle Cornet - early in the morning.

Sunrise behind Castle Cornet in Guernsey

Sunrise over Sark from Guernsey's East Coast

Sunrise over Sark from Belle Greve Bay.

An evening view of Cobo and Grandes Rocques taken from Le Guet.

Cobo at Sunset on Guernsey's West Coast

   

The valley leading from the top of the hill in Sark down to the harbour.

View in Sark

West Coast Sunset

Another West Coast sunset.

 

Guernsey has more than its share of beautiful beaches where you can catch the sun whilst sheltering from the wind, if necessary.  And you can find a little piece of paradise in a secluded area with nothing to interrupt your solitude but the sound of the lapping waves or the hungry gulls.

Boat trips are a-plenty - for fishing, for sightseeing or just for access to the other islands.  In recent years, with the accent on preservation of the heritage, there are more bird and wildlife spotting trips available.

Recently walking tours have been organized with the accent on history - there is a gruesome tour of the Castle or the old town, littered with tales of ghosts and murder.

Hill Crest Cottage - 4 Star Bed and Breakfast in Guernsey

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