Greve de Lecq is the most popular beach on the North coast of Jersey a sheltered bay with cliffs on both sides and coarse golden sand.
Safe swimming apart from when heavy swells arrive in Winter when it becomes an excellent surf break.
There is a plenty of parking available but it fills up during high season weekends and bank holidays.
Colleen's Cafe is the best there with great views free. Moulin de Lecq is a pretty pub nearby. Seagulls outside in summer in this area can be a problem.
You can kayak round and - in the right sea conditions- into sea caves at Greve de Lecq. Find out more here