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Tasty Walks Guernsey - Walk 15 - Sandy Beaches, Cliff Walks and Ancient Pathways
Harbour Village - Herm Common
Herm Common - Shell Beach
- This section of the route is approximately 550m.
- The route heads into Herm Common.
- The surface of the path in Herm Common is grass.
- There are easy and moderate slopes along the route.
- There are rabbit holes in places along the route, which may present a trip hazard.
- The path passes the Robert Cross Burial Tomb.
- There is clear route signage along the route.
- As the path heads nearer to Shell Beach, there is layer of light sand on the path.
- The layer of sand gets thicker the closer you get to Shell Beach.
- At the end of Herm Common, the path reaches Shell Beach and the Kiosk. The Kiosk is only open during peak season.
- For more information about Shell Beach and the Kiosk please click here (opens in a new tab).
Shell Beach - Belvoir Bay Beach
- This section of the route is approximately 670m.
- After Shell Beach the route head towards Belvoir Bay Beach.
- The route goes along some of the Coastal Paths.
- There are some steep slopes along this part of the route and it may not be suitable for wheelchair users or people with mobility impairments.
- The first surface of the path has light sand and there is a moderate slope as it leads towards the coastal path.
- As the path progress the surface changes from sand to being unsurfaced and uneven in places.
- There are easy, moderate and steep slopes along the coastal path.
- There are public toilets located approximately 370m along the coastal path.
- The coastal path leads down to Belvoir Bay Beach.
- For more information about Belvoir Bay Beach and the Kiosk please click here (opens in a new tab).
- For more information please click here (opens in a new tab).
Belvoir Bay Beach - Manor Village
- This section of the route is approximately 280m.
- After Belvoir Bay Beach the route heads towards Manor Village at the centre of the Island.
- At Belvoir Bay Beach, there is clear signage directing to Manor Village.
- There is a steep slope leading to Manor Village.
- The surface of the path varies between concrete and unsurfaced.
- The path is uneven in places.
- There are stone resting points at places along the path.
Manor Village - Harbour Village
- This section of the route is approximately 510m.
- The route reaches Manor Village.
- The paths within the village are unsurfaced.
- There are easy slopes around the village.
- The village contains some of private residences for Islanders, holiday cottages, the Oxen shoeing stocks and St Tugal's Chapel.
- There is a steep slope leading from Manor Village down to Harbour Village.
- There are stone resting points along the path.
- The path begins unsurfaced but has a tarmac surface as it nears Harbour Village.
- There is a woodland walk located off the path.
- The route finishes in Harbour Village near to the White House Hotel.