Getting to Portelet is an adventure in itself. Those brave enough to take the steep descent down the steps from the cliff to this western beach can enjoy a bracing swim in the crystal clear water. Like St. Aubin’s Bay, Portelet faces South so you can bask in the sun’s rays throughout the day. The cliff also shelters the beach, protecting it from the elements. During low tide, feel the feathery sand underfoot as you trudge to the Ile au Guerdain in the centre of the bay. When the tide is in, feel free to swim over and have a snorkel around too. When the day is done, retire to the Portelet Bay Café on the doorstep of the beach and enjoy a wood-fired pizza under the evening sky.
Facilities & Amenities
On Bus Routes - 12 and 12a
Dog Friendly - Dogs welcome between October and April but must be kept on a lead from 10:00 until 18:00 between May and September