Fermain Bay

Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful of all Guernsey bays, Fermain sits on the east coast, south of St Peter Port. It is fairly wide, with tall cliffs at either end, and is reached in a vehicle by way of a steep, winding road.

Fermain bay from the cliff path

It makes an excellent stopping off point when walking between St Peter Port and the Jerbourg Peninsular as the cliff paths lead down to it from either direction and then continue up the opposite side.

Cliff paths leading down to Fermain bay

Fermain appears in book 1, Dead in the Water, as the location where Christine Le Page meets Ross Ferbrache of the Guernsey fire service, after Miles Bichard dispatched her to find out more about the fire in Marc Renouf’s house.

Fermain bay's pebbly beach

The Sarnian Book 1: Dead in the Water

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A body on a beach, an impossible alibi and an unstoppable race against time!

Fermain Bay appears in The Sarnian, the explosive adventure series in which the discovery of a dead body on one of Guernsey's most secluded beaches blows the lid on a world of intrigue and deceit.

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