Alderney Island



The Isle of Alderney...

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Top Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages

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Saye Bay
1 . Saye Bay

Small sandy bay behind a narrow gap in the rocky headland.

Longy Bay
2 . Longy Bay

Also known as Longis Bay a shallow tidal bay overlooked by Essex Castle.

La Tchue
3 . La Tchue

A small V-shaped bay on the southern side of the island between rocky cliffs on either side.

Telegraph Bay
4 . Telegraph Bay

A sandy bay on the south-western tip of the island, enclosed by cliffs and fallen rocks.

Hannaine Bay
5 . Hannaine Bay

A sandy anchorage on the western side of Alderney overlooked by Fort Clonque on the rocky headland.

Platte Saline Bay
6 . Platte Saline Bay

A wide sandy beach on the northern coast of Alderney near Braye.

Burhou Island Bay
7 . Burhou Island Bay

A partially sheltered bay on the south-western side of the tiny rocky island off the north-western coast of Alderney.

Braye Harbour
8 . Braye Harbour

A large number of visitor buoys inside the breakwater of Alderney Harbour, and further over towards Fort Albert. A cafe and a chippy on the western side of the bay near Fort Grosnez.

Litte Crabby Harbour
9 . Litte Crabby Harbour

A small drying harbour for local fishing boats near the sailing club.

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Top Towns

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1 . Braye

Also known as Alderney harbour this village on the northern side of the island is protected by a 1km breakwater and provides good access to St Annes.

St Anne
2 . St Anne
(Alderney )

The charming capital of the island with a small population of 2,000 dominates most of the island and is accessible from Braye.

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