Situated in the rural parish of St. Pierre du Bois, Rocquaine Bay is one of Guernsey’s shingle beaches. However, Rocquaine does also have patches of glorious sand to enjoy the summer days on. With breathtaking views of the Cup and Saucer (Fort Grey), this bay really is worth a visit during your stay.
It is also the venue of the popular summer event, the Rocquaine Regetta, a full day and evening of entertainment and activities for people of all ages. It features beach and stage events, raft races, 5-a-side football and volleyball, sandcastle competitions, and more. There is also a barbecue and live music to bring the night in.
There is a choice of nearby venues for food and drink such as the Imperial Hotel, which has outdoor dining to soak up the glorious south-west coast views. There is also the relaxed atmosphere of Guernsey Pearl Café, in addition to nearby Portelet Kiosk, where you will also find public toilets.