Jersey is blessed with beautiful beaches from secluded rocky coves on the island's north coast to golden sandy beaches on the south and west coasts.
ANNE PORT. Located on the north-east of the island, parking is a problem. But the solution is to get on your bike, because Anne Port is a small but perfectly formed cove protected from westerly winds with safe bathing and good sunshine from early morning to late afternoon. [find out more...]
BEAUPORT. This beach is one of our favourites - the rocks are all pink and start to glow as the sun goes down. It's great for swimming because the sea drops off pretty quickly and it's good for beach picnics. Access is for able bodied only. [find out more...]
GREVE DE LECQ The most popular beach on the north of Jersey. [find out more...]
PORTELET. Portelet beach is a favourite of ours; although it is a beautiful beach, it is rarely visited by visitors due to the lack of facilities. However, it is well worth the trip, even just for an hour or two; it is truly stunning. [find out more...]
ROZEL. A small fishing harbour on the north coast, it's a little rocky for swimming at low tide. But, it is charming with a great cliff walk and some lovely restaurants nearby. The Hungry Man Cafe on the pier does a mean bacon sarnie and on a clear day you can see France.[find out more...]
ST. AUBIN'S BAY. This beach is a short drive from St. Helier and it's popular with water skiers and windsurfers. Jet skis are available for hire and water-skiing tuition is available on La Haule Slip. But the sandy beach stretches for miles so if your idea of beach sports is making sandcastles then this is the place to be. [find out more...]
ST. BRELADE'S BAY. A large sandy beach with fun boats, kayaking and other watersports. Beach front cafes and plenty of car parking nearby.It's a nice mix of locals and visitors, perfect for sunbathing and swimming and when the sun sets its wonderful." [find out more]
ST. OUEN'S BAY. Covering almost the entire west coast of the island, this is probably the best surfing in Great Britain. The bay plays host to numerous international surfing competitions and lessons are available for beginners. Plenty of car parking available. [find out more]
These are just our highlights. It's a small island so enjoy discovering your own favourite beaches in Jersey.