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Best beaches in Jersey

Below are a list of the top 10 beaches in Jersey as selected by the users of the Beach Guide website.

The current most popular beach in Jersey is St Brelade's Bay. If you would like to have your say on which are the best beaches in Jersey just follow the link to the beach and vote by clicking the star ratings at the top right of the page.

  • 1. St Brelade's Bay

    St Brelade's Bay

    St Brelade's Bay is Jersey's busiest resort beach with a tiny jetty and church at the western end. The South facing bay is very sheltered from everything but onshore breezes. It is also exposed to South Westerly swells and popular with local surfers.

  • 2. Plemont Beach

    Plemont Beach

    Situated on the north-west coast of the island, Plemont is famed for its fascinating caves which have been eroded into the cliffs surrounding the bay. If relaxing on the beach is more to your taste then you will also find a pleasing expanse of sand…

  • 3. Bonne Nuit Beach

    Bonne Nuit Beach

    The small harbour of Bonne Nuit is nestled on the north coast of the island, sheltered by the hills towering above it. Bonne Nuit got its name from the French "good night" because of its reputation as a quiet and peaceful mooring. The name is well…

  • 4. Le Braye (St Ouens Bay)

    Le Braye (St Ouens Bay)

    St Ouen's is the longest beach in Jersey, spanning nearly the full length of the island's west coast. It's locally referred to as 'the five mile road' for obvious reasons, and is a superb surfing beach with a cafe/restaurant and beach club at the…

  • 5. Beauport Beach

    Beauport Beach

    A sheltered sandy beach surrounded by cliffs which gets the sun for most of the day.

  • 6. Green Island Beach

    Green Island Beach

    Located on the southernmost point of Jersey, Green Island sits at the end of a two mile stretch of white sandy beach. This is one of the most popular beaches on the island, both with locals and with visitors, meaning it is complete with amenities…

  • 7. Grouville Beach

    Grouville Beach

    Grouville, also known as Gorey, is a stretch of golden sands which sweeps south along the Royal bay of Grouville to La Roque Point. It provides the winter home to large numbers of migrating waders such as turnstones and anderlings.

  • 8. Rozel Beach

    Rozel Beach

    The small fishing port of Rozel on the north east corner of the island is well known for its selection of superb eateries. However, when the tide drops it reveals a lovely beach of particularly soft, white sand. Facing north east as it does, the…

  • 9. Bouley Bay

    Bouley Bay

    A sweeping two mile pebble beach and harbour set against cliffs to the north and the west. There are great rock pools to explore, you may see the odd puffin on the coastal walk, and Bouley Bay is the unofficial home to scuba diving in Jersey.

  • 10. Portelet Bay

    Portelet Bay

    This beautiful bay on Jersey's south coast is saved from the summer crowds by the steep climb down. The beach here is sheltered between high cliffs and south facing which makes it a veritable suntrap. The sand here is fine and golden but there are…