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Havelet Bay Beach

St Peter Port, Guernsey

Havelet is only a 5 minute walk from the centre of St Peter Port and provides an ideal place for a lunch time stroll or some sunbathing. There are 3 tidal swimming pools located at the far end of the bay.

Beach Type

Shingle/Sand

Facilities

Public toilets
Cafes
Restaurants
Slip way
Shops

Activities

Swimming
Sailing
Fishing
Snorkeling
Scuba diving
Boating
There is a scuba diving school nearby
And water sports are popular with a designated zone

Nature and Wildlife

The start of the 28 mile cliff path network which covers the beautiful south coast cliffs is an excellent place for walking. The cliffs are home to many different species of birds. plants. insects.

Water Quality

Good

Lifeguard

No

Cleaning and Litter

The beach is cleaned daily in summer and twice a week in winter. by hand. by the Department's contractor. Litter and dog bins present.

Tourist Information

Guernsey Tourist Information Bureau. North Esplanade. St Peter Port. Guernsey. GY1 3AN Tel 01481 723552. www.visitguernsey.com

Location

Nearest town: St Peter Port
County: Guernsey
Latitude/Longitude: 49.4544, -2.53407

Access

Havelet bay is situated next to the South Esplanade. St Peter Port. The beach is accessible via two slipways at either end.

Public Transport

The Islands main bus terminus is situated about 5 minutes walk away.

Parking

There is car parking along the beach front for 500 cars.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in St Peter Port