Beauport Bay has long been a favourite beach for locals and visitors in the know. Even though it is right next to the most popular bay in Jersey- St Brelade’s Bay- it’s rarely busy. That’s partly due to the fact it has a fairly steep path down to the bay, but for those that are OK with the trek back up, the reward is a small and beautiful beach with calm waters.
There are toilets and a car park at the top of the bay. No food and drink available.
On the south coast of Jersey, up and over the hill from the Fisherman’s Chapel at St Brelade..
There are buses from St Helier to St Brelade’s Bay, get off at Fisherman’s Chapel and walk up the hill by the cemetery. Drivers can park at the top of the cliff and walk down the path to the bay.