A long, winding hill leads down to Bouley Bay, a deep-water anchorage and the home of one of the Island’s scuba-diving schools.
The pebble beach may not be too comfortable, but this is a safe place for competent swimmers who do not mind being out of their depth. The old pier is a good place for fishermen and a bar and beach cafe facilities are among the other attractions.
Above the pier there is an old fort which was recently renovated. People who are interested in folklore may be interested in finding out about the legend of the “Black Dog of Bouley Bay”
Served by bus route 4.