Best Beaches in Jersey

by Scarlett 6th July 2017

Plemont Beach - Summer 2017


1. Plemont Beach


Known for it’s eroded caves and cliffs surrounding the bay, this beautiful beach is located on the North-West coast of Jersey. Ideal spot to relax for the day, but we recommend you check out the tides before you go as when the tide is in/up there's little room to sit! Be sure to check out The Plemont Beach Cafe when you visit. 


 2. Bonne Nuit Beach


This location is essentially a quiet fishing harbour and when the tide is low you can enjoy a small beach flooded with moored boats. It is sheltered from all but Northerly winds with plenty of cliff paths and historic properties to explore and view. Why not visit Bonne Nuit Beach Cafe on your next trip to the bay?


 3. Brelade’s Bay


Jersey’s busiest resort beach with a tiny jetty and church at the western end. The bay is sheltered but allows a nice breeze with plenty opportunity to indulge in Watersports with the likes of Jono's Watersports and Absolute Adventures


 4. Grouville Beach


Situated in an area often referred to as Gorey. This beach stretches from the Royal Bay to La Roque Point with the famous Mont Orgueil Castle at it's furthest end. The beach and bay boast everything from golden sand which acts as a winter home to large numbers of migrating waders, to fantastic dining opportunities in Gorey harbour.


 5. Bouley Bay


This bay stretches 2 miles long with pebbles and is set against cliffs to the North and the West. There are many rock pools to explore, with an occasional occurrence of puffins. Bouley Bay is perhaps best loved as a scuba diving destination with the excellent Dive Centre on hand.


 6. Rozel Beach


A small fishing port on the north east part of the island, also known for it's great food spots including The Rozel Pub & Dining. Watch for a stunning view when the tide drops revealing a white beach.


 7. Portelet Bay


We've saved one of the best for last with a beautiful bay on the south coast, sheltered between high cliffs and south facing, making it a suntrap. It has a steep climb down (and back up later!) but is worth it for the fine, golden sand and small island just off shore. Be sure to drop in at Portlet Bay Cafe at the far end of the beach before you return.

Posted by Buddy Love
Thursday, 6th July 2017, 17:35.
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