Rozel Bay is a small picturesque fishing harbour situated on the north east coast of the island with a small sandy beach leading onto pebbles towards the sea. The beach is popular for sunbathing due to being sheltered by a wooded hillside and whilst swimming is safe here when the tide is up, it is a rocky bay so caution should be taken.

The pier here provides facilities and protection for a variety of leisure craft and small fishing boats and there is a quaint promenade of houses along the quayside.

Parking is restricted here with a small parking area on the quayside itself and also on the approach road. There is also parking available on the two hills that lead to the bay, but please ensure that you don’t block traffic!
Other facilities here include a gift shop, cafe & restaurant, public and disabled toilets and a beach kiosk

Liberty Bus offer a very helpful guide to help visitors plan your trip here
(Bus Trip Planner)

Main image courtesy of Jean Lelliott

 

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