If we had to name our favourite beach in Jersey, Plemont Bay would be right up there.
A wide, sandy bay with beautiful, clean, calm waters and sheltered by high cliffs with the island’s largest cave, including one cave with a waterfall shower!
Visit at low tide only and be aware that the stairs access is steep and the beach is unsuitable for anyone with mobility issues.
Toilets at the top of the stairs next to the cafe. Some car parking and lifeguards in the summer months.
There is some car parking at the top of the bay. Buses from town run to the car park at the top of the cliffs. One option is to get a bus to Plemont, enjoy a swim in the bay and follow the cliff path to L’Etacq on St Ouen’s Bay. The views of Plemont Bay and the adjoining coastline are spectacular, and the buses from L’Etacq are more regular.
WHERE TO EAT
The only place to eat is Plemont Bay Cafe which is fortunately very good and has a fantastic view of the bay below.