Bouley Bay is a small bay and harbour at the foot of a winding hill road on the island’s north coast. The beach itself is made up of pebble stones, with clear water that slopes off quickly but is safe for swimming.
Limited parking, toilets and a great kiosk cafe right on the bay.
WHAT TO SEE & DO:
Apart from swimming the bay is popular with kayakers and divers. Bouley Bay Dive Center can advise on local diving and also arrange boat snorkeling trips.
The walk from Bouley Bay to Rozel Bay is less than 2 miles with a few up and down paths, no problem for an average fit person. The views are gorgeous! The walk from the bay to Bonne Nuit is more challenging but again, beautiful cliff sea views.
Fishing is good from the end of the pier.
In July, motoring race enthusiasts gather for the annual Bouley Bay Hill Climb.
There is limited parking and the hill is very steep for cyclists, so a bus from St Helier is the best option.