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La Corbiere Lighthouse was the first lighthouse in the British Isles to be built of reinforced concrete.

The lighthouse is located on a tidal island which is linked to the mainland at low water.

At the entrance to the causeway is the former lighthouse keepers’ cottage. On the wall is a plaque commemorating the Assistant Keeper, Peter Edwin Larbalestier, who drowned on 28th May 1946 while trying to rescue a visitor who had been cut off by the incoming tide.

If crossing the causeway, take care to check the tide times.

La Corbiere

Guided tours are available by arrangement.

La Corbiere
  • Established: 1874
  • Character: Iso WR 10s
  • Engineer: Sir John Coode