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 [...]
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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 [...]
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 [...]
Located on the far south-eastern tip of Jersey is La Rocque beach, a real gem of a beach nestled behind a long, curved harbour arm. This rapidly becoming a ‘discovery’ 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 [...]
Ouaisne beach (pronounced ‘way-nay’) is St Brelade’s ‘poorer’ neighbour. The reality is that this end of St Brelade’s Bay is equally as nice. The bonus for many is that it 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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Portelet bay is a picture-postcard location recently impacted by a questionable residential development that now overlooks the area. Lying in the bay, cut off by high tides, is what is Read more [...]