Beaucette CamperVans is a tranquil coastal site specially created to act as a gateway to allow you to explore Guernsey and its adjoining islands.
We have been greeting visitors from around the globe and helping them to get the most out of their holidays on Guernsey for nearly 50 years. Offering access to amazing scenery, beaches and wildlife, Beaucette CamperVans specialises in making sure you have the best stay possible.
Beaucette Campervans was the first site on Guernsey designed specifically with Campervans in mind, making it perfectly equipped for all of your Campervan needs.
Our unmatched setting with coastal and island views, fine food, beaches and easy access to the rest of the Island means that a Beaucette Campervans is a base that you can rely on.
Beaucette Campervans has twelve level, grassed pitches, each supplied with water and electricity (240 volts)
Campers and motorhomes are welcome at the pitches, width not exceeding 2.3m (excluding mirrors and indicators) and length 9.45m max. Please note, Guernsey's roads are narrow and may have limited access.
Use of campers and motorhomes is controlled by the authorities in Guernsey and a permit (available from the Marina Office) must be displayed whilst visiting the island, enabling you to circulate freely. However, you must return to a designated site each night (subject to local laws).
The maximum stay permitted by local authorities is one month.
Wifi is available throughout the site
Outdoor BBQ area
A modern Shower Block and laundry facilities. The Showers and Laundry block is located on the southwestern edge of the Marina. Tokens for the washing and drying machines are available from the Marina Office.
Kitchen washing facilities.
Our marina edge restaurant, Saltwater, serves meals from 11am - 11pm Wednesday to Saturday and 11am - 5pm Sunday. Please note that the restaurant is closed on Mondays.
Guernsey’s anglo-french history has made it a fascinating place to visit. Beaucette provides the ideal place to base yourself to explore Guernsey’s landscape, culture and history, as well as the other islands that make up its Bailiwick.