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Top 10 Channel Islands Beaches

Here are The UK Beaches Guides top 10 Channel Islands beaches. Our rating is based on two factors: the amount each page is viewed and any reviews submitted.

1. Lihou Island Beach, Lihou Island

Lihou Island Beach.Lihou does not have any sandy beaches but it does the provide the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant walk across the winding cobbled causeway from the L'Eree headland in order to spend a couple of hou...

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2. Cobo Beach, Cobo Village

Cobo Beach.Cobo is probably the second most popular beach on Guernsey. It is primarily a sandy channel lying between the distinctive Cobo geology. It is deceptively steep around the half-tide mark and at low ...

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3. Portelet Beach, Portelet

Portelet Beach.Portelet beach is the most southerly sandy beach on the west coast. Very sheltered, it offers a peaceful swimming spot when the tide is in. At low tide, a small fishing harbour pier is revealed but...

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4. Derrible Bay Beach, Sark, Guernsey

Derrible Bay Beach.Derrible Bay is a sandy beach with pebbles and rocks. On this headland you get some sea caves.This bay along with Dixcart are popular boat anchorages....

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5. Dixcart Bay Beach, Sark, Guernsey

Dixcart Bay Beach.Dixcart Bay beach is a sand and pebble beach that all but disappears at high tide....

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6. Plemont Beach, Plemont

Plemont Beach.Plemont is regarded as one of the best beaches in the Channel Islands. When the tide falls it reveals a huge sandy area for all to enjoy. There are rock pools, gullies and caves to explore around t...

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7. Saye Beach, St Annes Alderney

Saye Beach.Saye beach is an excellent shallow white sandy family beach. Sand dunes separate the beach from the Saye campsite....

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8. Saints Bay Beach, Saints Bay

Saints Bay Beach.Like Guernsey's other south cliff beaches, Saints is best enjoyed when the tide is down. It is extremely sheltered but is not a beach that can be driven to as there are no car parks in the area....

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9. Creux Harbour Beach, Sark, Guernsey

Creux Harbour Beach.The beach in Creux harbour is popular but you do need to be aware of the boats, although this is no longer the main harbour on Sark.The small beach is accessible through two tunnels cut thro...

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10. Fermain Bay Beach, Fermain

Fermain Bay Beach.Fermain is mainly a smooth pebble beach until the tide drops right away. Despite its pebbley nature it is vastly popular because it is an excellent sun-trap and offers views across to Sark. ...

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