Activities in Jersey
St Brelade’s Bay on the south coast of Jersey is a good spot for fun beach activities. SUP-Paddle boarding is good here, a wiz around the bay in a RIB is fun, and it’s a popular location for coasteering. Jersey is one of the best places in Europe for sea kayaking.
Jersey is, outside of the town centre, a bike-friendly island. A main cycle route goes from Havre des Pas in the town all the way to Corbiere. An island-wide network of green lanes prioritises cyclists and pedestrians, with speed limits of 15mph. [5 Cycle Routes in Jersey…]
There are three good golf courses in Jersey. La Moye Golf Course is an 18-hole link course with stunning views. The Royal Jersey Golf Club is right on Royal Grouville Bay. This 18-hole, Par 70 course is open to visitors who are members of a recognised club. Les Mielles is a family-orientated golf course on the west of the island.
St. Ouen’s Bay stretches for 5 miles along Jersey’s Atlantic west coast.
The bay has strong currents and rips, and lifeguards have not patrolled the beach year-round.
Your first point of contact should be the Jersey Surfboard Club, which can advise on local conditions and resources.
Beautiful, soft sand beaches and stunning cliff walks to historical discovery tours make walking one of the best activities to enjoy in Jersey free of charge!