Port du Moulin bay has a wonderfully mystical feel to it. As you make your way down through the forested gully the sound of the babbling brook lingers softly in the air. The bay itself remains out of sight until you reach a clearing at the end of the path and a set of stone stairs lead down onto the beach.
The beach here is pebbly and secluded, framed on either side by tall cliff faces and perfect archways.
On the left hand side of the beach there is a break in the cliff and a passage way that leads round to a rocky outcrop on the other side. At low tide you can clamber over these rocks and make your way round to Pegane Bay, not accessible from the headland above. Bathing at Port du Moulin is best at high tide, at which time you can swim your way through the archways and explore the rocks further out in the bay.
Port du Moulin is one of Sark
's great barbecue spots as it faces the setting sun. Visitors are also welcome to make a fire in the fire-pit by the Nook by the Brook, a picturesque sun trap nestled in the gully above the bay.