Top 10 Beaches in Jersey
ANNE PORT BAY:
A beautiful crescent-shaped cove on the island’s east coast. It has safe swimming and is very rarely crowded.
At the foot of a fairly steep wooded incline- though there are steps- this small and well-sheltered bay is popular with locals in the know, and deservedly so!
GREVE DE LECQ
The most popular beach on the north coast of Jersey with a beach cafe and a couple of nice pubs close by.
Sunny, sheltered, beautiful and quite often deserted.
One of the most picturesque beaches on the island. Beware of currents.
This south facing sheltered bay with a small island in its centre is one of the prettiest in Jersey. The stairs back up are quite steep.
A quaint fishing harbour with a small, sandy beach on the northeast of the island. [find out more…]
ST AUBIN’S BAY:
Yellow sands stretching from the town of St. Helier to the harbour at St. Aubin. This bay is popular with water-skiers and other water sport activities. [find out more…]
ST BRELADE’S BAY
The most popular beach in Jersey for visitors and regularly named as one of the top beaches in the UK. A large sheltered sandy bay with banana boats, kayak hire and lots of bar, cafe, restaurant options on the beachfront.
ST OUEN’S BAY:
Covering most of the west coast of Jersey, with some of the best surfing in the British Isles.
Most ofthe Top 10 Beaches in Jersey are uncrowded during any month except high season of July/ August. However, many of the Jersey beaches listed above are crowd free during the week, even during the most popular travel months. If you like to be ‘away from the crowds’ there are lots of quiet beaches that await you. Check out our Top 5 ‘Secret’ beaches in Jersey.