Beauport beach is a small, south-facing beach which is accessed by a fairly steep path that drops from the car park. The top of the beach greets you with a Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach Jersey
Planning a trip to the Jersey coast and looking for where the nearest beach is, our beach lists will help you discover the nearest beach to me. Then for each beach, we will answer questions around location, rural or town, sandy or pebble, rockpools, tide times, weather forecast, dog restrictions, bathing water quality, beach cafes and provide general information on the beach and its facilities.
When on a beach page use our tools to search nearby Jersey seaside towns and the surrounding coast for things to see and do or places to stay and eat.
Finding the right beach in Jersey is easy – simply explore the beach links below, to find the closest hit the jump to my location compass or use the search bar to plan where your next Jersey beach visit should be.
St Ouen bay has the largest sandy beach Channel Islands which stretches for approximately 4 miles from L’Etacq in the north to La Pulente in the south. There are many Read more [...]
Victoria Pool is a tidal marine pool set in St Aubins bay. It has a sandy bottom with gently slopes to a maximum depth of 3 metres. The pool covers Read more [...]
Bouley Bay has a pebble and rock beach surrounded by cliffs. Late in the afternoon the beach is in shade as the sun disappears due to the high cliffs. Limited Read more [...]
St Brelade’s bay is split by a small wooded headland to create two separate sandy beaches. St Brelade’s beach is at the westerly, built-up end of the bay where hotels Read more [...]
Havre des Pas is a tidal bathing pool and lido. It is extremely popular and is located on the outskirts of St Helier. Tucked in behind the harbour headland, the Read more [...]
Rozel is a pretty little fishing harbour with a sandy shingle beach. There is parking along the harbour front although sometimes a little tricky. On the harbour arm is the Read more [...]
Bonne Nuit is a sandy beach alongside a small fishing harbour. Although we say harbour it is just a shelter behind a pier. The bay is surrounded by cliffs providing Read more [...]
Archirondel is rarely crowded due to the limited parking, but is a true hidden east coast gem with a distinctive tower half painted red and white as a navigational marker. Read more [...]
Greve de Lecq is a quirky, golden sandy beach on Jersey’s north-western coast. It has a traditional English seaside feel to it and is a popular tourist coach stop-off due Read more [...]
St Aubin’s Bay has a vast area of sand when the tide is out. Sadly, it isn’t that nice to look at or to be on. This is primarily a Read more [...]
La Corbiere is Jersey’s most popular viewpoint and has a tidal causeway that leads across to the famous lighthouse which most sea passengers will pass on their way to St Read more [...]