St Brelade’s Bay is one of Jersey’s most popular beaches and is located southwest of the island providing some of the longest days of sunshine due to its south-facing location. The vast pristine golden sandy beach with lovely clear waters is a favourite for families and is busy during the summer months. There is a selection of family-friendly activities and watersports available along with deck chairs, sunbeds and umbrellas for hire.
Along the side of the waterfront promenade, you will find hotels, spas, restaurants from seafood to pizzas, coffee to cocktails, and more. You will see why this iconic beach was voted as one of the UK’s top 3 beaches by TripAdvisor users in 2019 Travellers’ Choice Awards.
You will find lovely walks and cliff path walks in this area with exceptional views. At low tide, you can walk the whole beach from the seaside parish church and historic Fishermans’ Chapel at the western side of St. Brelade’s beach to Ouaisne. When the tide’s high you can walk along the beachfront promenade, crossing the headland that divides the two beaches.
Lifeguard service operates during the summer months.
Disabled & public toilets can be found across the bay.
There are a number of public car parks and some you will need a disc, paycard or PayByPhone parking. It can be difficult to park in the height of summer.
Visitors can reach the beach via bus route 12 or 14 of the public bus service.