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      Lovely hotel. Clean and comfortable. Friendly, helpful staff. Spacious room with an amazing view! Only tiny niggle was the fight with the shower curtain!! At the top of a very steep hill....
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      Our stay at the Pandora was lovely. Wonderful views from the restaurant and lounge of the beautiful garden. The staff were all friendly and helpful and the food was lovely.
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Guernsey Beaches/Bays

Whether you love to explore on foot, adore stunning views or get excited by natural history, the island of Guernsey has it all. With over 28 miles of breath-taking coastline, cliff paths, idyllic bays and winding rural paths, every day offers up something new to find out.  Read on to discover more about Guernsey's incredible bays.

Vazon Bay
A scenic and award-winning bay, this is home to a Blue Flag beach that covers 2 miles of coastline. With excellent facilities across the beach and strong winds from the Atlantic, this is an especially popular spot with surfers and boating enthusiasts, as well as families.

Portelet Bay
This quaint little bay has a historic fishing harbour, which is still active today. Guests can relax and watch the local fishing boats, swim in the clean waters, or play with the family on its soft, sandy beach.

Port Soif Beach
A wonderful family beach, with fine soft sands and rock pools to explore. The clear waters provide an excellent spot to swim in at high tide, though at low tide, the walk out to the ocean can be length. With nearby buffet and toilet facilities as well as on-site parking access, this is easy and convenient. However dog owners should note that dogs are banned between the months of May to September.

Petit Port Bay
A beautiful, sunny beach, but it does involve a climb down to access, as there are over 270 steps to cover down a 300ft cliff face. For those who make the climb, the quiet bay and views are rewarding and provide a discreet sunbathing spot.

Petit Bot Bay
A unique beach with an eye-catching waterfall attraction, Petit Bot is surrounded by high cliffs that protect the beach from harsh winds. A charming coffee shop provides a place to relax and refresh yourself close by.

Moulin Huet Bay
Renowned to be one of Victor Hugo's favourite picnic spot, and the subject of 15 paintings be Renoir, this is a beautifully scenic bay with a beach buffet. It can only be accessed via steps down a cliff pathway, with a magnificent reward at the end of the path.

L'Eree Beach
A stunningly clean beach, this is a popular family spot with rock pools and a wide, sandy bay. The tranquil Lihou Island can also be reached from L'Eree Beach, though the causeway is covered by the tide, and times should be checked beforehand.
 
L'Ancresse Bay
Being the second largest bay on the island, this provides a great space to explore the coastline or simply enjoy the beach front. A local golf site backs up to the beach, while surfing and boating facilities are also available on site, making it a popular bay for water sports fans.

Fermain Bay
Located on the east of the island, Fermain Bay is a stunningly picturesque location, with pebbles and a soft, sandy cove. Accessible only via a steep cliff pathway, this is a discreet and secluded spot to enjoy.

Cobo Bay
This clean, west-facing beach has soft white sands and clear waters, making it a hit with both windsurfers and families. Cobo Bay has a variety of bars and shops close to the beach, all within convenient walking distance.