Lying just south of Fort Grey (also known as the Cup and Saucer) is Rocquaine Bay which offer a lot of sand near the sea wall, gradually changing to rock as you move further away. Rocquaine is deceptively sheltered from the typical prevailing winds and surprisingly often overlooked as a good choice of beach.
There is limited parking available along the coast road. The nearest toilets are located at the Portelet beach kiosk which is 2-3 minutes walk west.
Dogs are banned between 1st May and 30th September. Fort Grey is a mini-maritime museum. Opposite Fort Grey is Guernsey Pearl which has a small cafe. The stretch of road from Fort Grey to Portelet is a 25mph zone during the summer.