Petit Bot can be found via a winding lane that drops down from the main road about 200 metres east of the airport entrance (opposite the Forest Stores). Set in between the cliffs, Petit Bot is hugely popular as it is one of the few south facing beaches and possesses a large sandy area to enjoy when the tide is out. Backed by woodland and high cliffs that provide some good shelter from any offshore winds.
Toilets are available at the cafe which was a former water mill. Car parking can be found at the side of the road that surrounds the cafe and very often on a hot day you will find people parking their cars in a line that stretches a couple hundred of metres up the eastern side of the valley.
The roads in and out of Petit Bot are narrow so care should be taken. Dogs are banned from 1st May to 30th September.