Saint's Bay, directly to the east of Icart Point contains No 14 Guernsey loophole towers, built in the 1780s to help defend the Island.
The name "Saint's bay" has an origin going back 1,000 years, Archbishop Mauger, uncle to William the Conqueror. Mauger was deposed from his archbishopric at the council of Lisieux, around 1054. Mauger was banished from Rouen to the Isle of Guernsey. He landed at Saint's bay.
To the west is La Moye Point, separated from Icart Point by Icart Bay.
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