Best Beaches in Jersey


Warmed by the waters of the Gulf Stream, beaches in Jersey range from isolated coves to wide golden sandy beaches on the south and west coasts.

Here are our Top 10 Jersey Beaches:

Anne Port Bay: A beautiful cove on the island's east coast that is never crowded. [find out more...]

Beauport: At the foot of a fairly steep wooded incline, this small sheltered beach is popular with locals in the know, and deservedly so! [find out more...]


Greve de Lecq: The most popular beach on the North of Jersey. [find out more....]


Ouaisne: Sunny, sheltered and rarely crowded. [Find out more...]


Plemont: One of the most picturesque beaches on the Island on the North coast. Beware of currents. [ find out more....]

Portelet: This south facing sheltered bay with a small island in its centre is one of the prettiest in Jersey. [Find out more...]


Rozel Bay: A quaint fishing harbour with a small sandy beach on the north east of the island. [find out more...]

St. Aubin's Bay: From the town of St. Helier to the harbour at St. Aubin, this beach is popular with water-skiers and other water sport activities. [find out more...]

St. Brelade's Bay: One of the most popular beaches on the island and best for water sports and fun beach activities. A large sheltered sandy bay with banana boats, canoe hire and other beach activities. [find out more...]

St. Ouen's Bay: Covering most of the west coast, with some of the best surfing in Europe. [find out more...]