Portelet bay is a picture-postcard location recently impacted by a questionable residential development that now overlooks the area. Lying in the bay, cut off by high tides, is what is known as Janvrin's Tomb. The beach itself is a mix of golden sand, shingle and rocky shelves at either side of the bay. Access is via and steps and path combination which is steep in some sections.
Aside from a car park at the top of the cliffs, there no public facilities. The popular Portelet Inn pub can be found across the road though.
We have no dog information for Portelet Bay beach.
Beware of the incoming tide if exploring the islet.