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  • Four children running at Le Braye beach
  • bather at Beauport
  • Beach cafe at Greve de Lecq
  • Beach fun at Le Braye
  • Coleens cafe at Greve de Lecq
  • Inflatable ride

Beaches in Jersey

The Channel Island of Jersey may be only nine miles by five miles but there are lots of beaches to choose from.  Whether you like your beach vast and sandy, with rock pools, water sports, with a harbour, marine lake or small and difficult to get to so you can pretend you’re alone on a desert isle!  Jersey has them all.

The south and the west beaches are wide, sandy and glorious with easy access, safe bathing, plenty of water sports to choose from, toilets, cafes and lots to see and do. Or just laze on the golden sands as these beaches are sheltered from most breezes.

So much choice!

Choose from St Brelade’s Bay, St Aubin’s, St Ouens, St Clements, Havre des Pas, Ouaisne Bay, Beauport, Portelet or Belcroute Bay.

beach from cliffs
family fun at Le Braye
Beauport views

When the tide goes out (Jersey has one of the biggest rise-and-fall tides in the world) the beaches are exposed in all their glory, miles of sand, rock pools with myriads of tiny sea creatures sheltering in the warm water, rocks and even fortresses isolated from the land but with a proud history of protecting the island.

From the miles and miles of sandy beach at St Ouens on the beautiful west coast it is only a short distance to the north tip and suddenly you are on the windy headland at Les Landes with vertical cliffs, dramatic rocks and remote coves all the way across the island to the north east St Catherine’s breakwater.

There is no main coastal road so every steep road down to the north coast is an adventure, some beaches are sandy, some pebbly, lots of dramatic cliffs, a Devil’s Hole, a harbour or a pier to explore.

Dolphins are regularly seen off St Catherine’s Point while enjoying a Jersey cream tea at the Breakwater cafe and you can watch red kites enjoying the thermals rising from the north cliffs.

Follow the coast road southwards and then you are in Gorey with the imposing Mont Orgueil castle overlooking the harbour and fabulous sandy beach all the way back to the south east coast.

So there is a clean beautiful beach in Jersey for everyone to enjoy and explore.

boys and buckets and spades
Bouley Bay
busy St Brelades beach

Read more about Jersey’s fantastic beaches. Vibrant Jersey also has a useful Jersey beach directory.