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Corblets Beach

St Annes, Alderney

Corblets and adjoining Arch Bay are popular beaches, joined at low tide, which can have good waves for surfing. Swimming is popular here though care should be taken in swell conditions. The Bay faces north but is protected from east winds by high cliffs.

Beach Type

Sand/Rocks

Activities

Popular with strong swimmers
There are also tidal pools in the rocky area at the top of the beach
In a large swell
Conditions for surfers can be good here

Nature and Wildlife

There are plenty of rock pools to explore and coastal walks in the area.

Water Quality

Not Tested

Lifeguard

No

Dogs

Dogs are banned during summer months.

Tourist Information

ALDERNEY TIC States Office. Queen Elizabeth II Street Alderney. Channel Islands GY9 3AA Tel: +44 (0) 1481 822994

Location

Nearest town: St Annes
County: Alderney
Latitude/Longitude: 49.7024, -2.22405

Access

Situated on the far North East of the island.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in St Annes