Saints Bay and Saints Harbour
Saints Bay is on Guernsey’s south coast, where it sits between high cliffs, directly on the coast path.
The steep drive down to the bay takes you through pretty woodland. The road splits close to the end, with the main part continuing as far as the kiosk at the back of the bay, and the spur to the right leading around to Saints Harbour, which is a small fishing harbour with mooring for a handful of boats.
The beach itself has good, clean sand close to the water line, and a a shingle bank at the back, where it meets a slipway running down from the road.
There is very little in the way of parking at the bay itself. There is room for four or five cars at the harbour.