This well-marked coastal path offers 10 miles of breathtaking sea views with countless photo opportunities.
The walk will take about 5 hours at a good pace. If taken at a more leisurely stride you can spend a whole day winding along this stunning route, hopping down onto beaches or stopping off at The Old Barn by Longis Bay for lunch.
Every path marker along the way has a letter on it. You can choose to enter the ‘challenge’, decipher what words they spell and claim your certificate if correct!
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Discovering Alderney by foot, at your own pace, is the best way to explore the island’s breathtaking scenery.Find a walk »
From the white sands of Saye to the rockpools of Clonque, Alderney’s beautiful beaches are all waiting to be discovered.Discover our beaches »
Daily What's On
There is always something going on daily in Alderney whatever the time of year. Check out our Daily What's On.Find out What's On »
Located near Longis Bay, the Roman fort is the best preserved small Roman fort in Western Europe and is the first evidence of military construction on the island. Open daily 10-4.30Find out more »
This MP3 five-story naval range finding tower, known as 'The Odeon' is a fine example of the concrete bunkers built by the German forces during WWII. Open daily 10-4Find out more »
This is the site of some of the best-preserved German defenses in the Channel Islands and offers a remarkable insight into the fortification of the island.Find out more »
The Watermill in the Bonne Terre Valley is one of the oldest surviving sites on Alderney. With information boards about the ongoing work, the Watermill is well worth a visit.Find out more »
It is always a great place to stop off along your walk around the headland. There are many information boards covering Alderney's history and natural history.Find out more »