From the rocky cliffs in the north to the golden sandy shoreline in the south, Jersey is blessed with miles of stunning coastline, and some of the world's finest beaches.
Beauport - a sunseeker's paradise on the south coast. Perfect for families, although the beach loses the sun in late afternoon.
St Ouen's Bay - five miles of golden sand offering exceptional surfing and watersports.
Ouaisné Bay - next to St Brelade's Bay, this sandy beach offers safe swimming.
St Brelade's Bay - Jersey's busiest beach, offering unbroken sunshine from dawn until dusk.
Portelet Bay - a small, peaceful and picturesque beach with soft golden sand.
Grève de Lecq - a popular beach for families on the north coast.
Plémont - possibly Jersey's most beautiful beach, with safe swimming in calm conditions and excellent surfing when there is a swell.
St Aubin's Bay - popular with watersports enthusiasts, this bay boasts soft golden sand and connects with the harbours of St Helier and St Aubin.
Please note that, while most beaches in Jersey offer safe swimming, bathing can be dangerous in some locations. From mid-May to the end of September St Ouen's Bay, St Brelade’s Bay and Plémont are patrolled by lifeguards. Patrolled areas, which are safe for swimming, are indicated with red and yellow flags, but please be aware that these may be moved during the day depending on the tide.