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The Best Beaches in Jersey

Jersey beaches are some of the nicest- and cleanest- beaches in the British Isles. Popular sandy beaches like St Brelade’s Bay are regularly voted in the Top 5 beaches in the UK by TripAdvisor users. However, a little ‘local knowledge’ will help you to discover the bays and coves where Jersey residents get away from it all. These beaches are rarely busy during the week, even in summer.
Here are our favourite beaches in Jersey:

ANNE PORT BAY

This beautiful crescent-shaped bay on the island’s east coast has safe swimming and kayaking and is rarely busy.

BEAUPORT BAY

Adjacent to the most popular tourist Jersey beach at St Brelade’s Bay is this gem. Access is down 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

A small but perfectly formed bay most popular beach on the north coast of Jersey, with a popular beach cafe and a couple of nice places to drink. You can stay in this penthouse self-catering apartment directly overlooking the bay.

OUAISNE BAY

One of our favourite beaches on the island’s south coast. Ouaisne Bay is a beautiful, sunny, sheltered and often deserted sandy beach with a good old-style pub and beach cafe.

PLEMONT BAY

On the North West coast of Jersey, Plemont Bay is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque beaches on the island. Steep stairs are the only beach access. Beware of currents and only swim between the flags.

PORTELET BAY

This south-facing and sheltered bay with a small island in its centre is one of the prettiest in Jersey. The stairs back up are quite steep but a nice pub at the top is a reward!

ROZEL BAY

Rozel Bay is a quaint fishing harbour with a small, sandy beach northeast of the island. The charm includes an old-style country pub and a popular harbourfront cafe. 

ST AUBIN’S BAY

Yellow sands stretch from the town of St. Helier to the harbour at St. Aubin. This bay is popular with water skiers and other water sports activities and is only a short walk/ cycle from the bars and restaurants of the harbour and village in St Aubin. The whole seafront has a dedicated cycle path running from the marina in St Helier to the harbourfront at St Aubin, from there cross the small road and cycle up the tree-lined ‘Railway Walk’ to the lighthouse view at La Corbière.

ST BRELADE’S BAY

The most popular beach in Jersey for visitors is regularly named one of the top beaches in the UK. A large sheltered sandy bay with summer water activities including paddle boarding, banana boats, kayaking and plenty of bars, cafes, and restaurant options on the beachfront promenade.

ST OUEN’S BAY

Covering most of the west coast of Jersey, St Ouen’s Bay has some of the best surfing in the British Isles. It is also the bay to enjoy the best sunsets in Jersey.