St Martin in Guernsey is a great destination for a family holiday and there are lots of tourist attractions.
Saint Martin is in the southeast of Guernsey and this parish borders Forest, Saint Andrews and Saint Peter Port.
Saint Martin is the second highest parish in Guernsey and on the coast this parish has steep cliffs and beautiful bays which include Petit Bot Bay, Saints Bay Moulin Huet, Petit Port and Marble Bay.
The parish of Saint Martin is one of the most exclusive areas on Guernsey. Saint Martin has Jerbourg Point which is the most southeasterly point on Guernsey. This parish is fairly high above sea level and there are lots of cliffs, bays and beaches which include Moulin Huet Bay, Saint’s Bay, Moulin Huet, Petit Port, Marble Bay and Fermain Bay. Saint Martins Football Club and Sausmarez Manor are also located in this area.
Bordering St Peter Port, Forest and St Andrew’s, the parish of St Martin’s lies to the southeast of the island of Guernsey. There is also a separated part of the parish to the North West.
St Martins is the second highest parish in Guernsey, is on the coast and has steep cliffs and many beautiful bays. Jerbourg Point in St Martins is the most southerly part of the island. There are six lovely beaches – Saint’s Bay, Moulin Huet, Petit Port, Marble Bay and part of Fermain Bay and Petit Bot Bay.
Standing at the entrance to St Martin’s church is the magnificent ‘Gran’ Mere du Chimquiere’, an ancient Neolithic female fertility statue carved into the shape of a woman dating back to around 4000 years ago.
Some of the tourist attractions in St Martin, Guernsey are shown below.
Tourist Attractions in St Martin, Guernsey
Sausmarez Manor, Guernsey
La Gran Mere du Chimquiere, Guernsey
St Martin Point, Guernsey