St Peter parish is located in the West of Guernsey and it borders the parishes of Torteval, St Saviour, Forest and St Andrews.
St Peter has a small village in the centre surrounded by countryside. The St Peter parish church is unusual as it is built in a small valley and the interior of the church is not flat but diagonal in appearance.
St Peters is located on the West of Guernsey and on its coastline there are a number of beaches and tourist attractions which include Le Crocq du Sud (sandy, dog friendly beach), Fort Grey on a rock in Rocquaine Bay, L’Eree Bay (sandy, accessible beach), Fort Saumarez and Lihou. Lihou is a small island which is an important conservation area for both bird and marine life. Lihou is connected to Guernsey at low tide via an ancient stone causeway to L’Erée headland.
St Peter, Guernsey Tourist Attractions
Fort Grey at Rocquaine, Guernsey
Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum
Tel. 01481 265036
Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery
St Peter Port
Parish Church, St Peter, Guernsey