The climb down to Havre Gosselin begins at the Pilcher Monument on the Longue Pointe headland.
This is the most westerly point of the island, with spectacular views overlooking Brecqhou, Herm and Guernsey in the distance.
At the bottom there is a quaint, stone harbour with steps leading down into the deep blue water below. Swimming here at high tide is most enjoyable, the steps allowing easy access into the water.
The rounded harbour wall offers a great spot to perch and watch the waves crashing over the rock pools and swelling up inside the creek on the other side.
Havre Gosselin is also a popular fishing spot at high tide.