Enjoy our beautiful uncrowded beaches. From the white sands of Saye and Braye to the rockpools of Clonque, Alderney’s beaches are all waiting to be discovered.
Only a few minutes from the town and harbour is one of the island’s most popular beaches. Its beautiful white sands are perfect for making sandcastles.
The beautiful curve of white sand, which is sheltered by rocky headlands either side, leads gently down to crystal clear blue waters perfect for swimming.
A small sheltered beach connected to Saye Bay Campsite via a small tunnel which features an arch at one end.
Corblets is a great place to go to take a dip in the inviting waters or go and explore the rock pools that are unveiled at low tide.
Situated on the south-east coast, Longis has a long wide sandy beach which is protected from winds by a German 'anti-tank wall'.
Clonque bay is made up of a stony upper beach with a large rocky area stretching seaward and some sandy areas at low tide.