Anne Port Bay

Anne Port Bay is a relatively small secluded bay situated on the north-east of the island between Gorey and St Catherine with a beach consisting of both fine sand and pebbles. The bay is overlooked at its southern end by a rock face known as Le Saut Geoffroi (Jeffrey's Leap). Legend has it that this was the scene of many ancient executions, with those suspected of witchcraft pushed over the cliff face to face certain death on the rocks below.

You will see one of the islands many honesty boxes situated just across the road from the bay and although facilities are limited here, there are toilets. There is also a short stroll to the nearby cafe on the adjacent bay (Archirondel) which is accessible by following the footpath north towards the Martello Tower.

Parking is very limited here with only a few spaces across the road from the beach, and some more up the hill at the northern end of the bay.

(More Info on parking)

Liberty Bus offer a very helpful guide to help visitors plan your trip here

(Bus Trip Planner)

 

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