is one of Jersey's most popular beaches, but it does get crowded
quickly during summer weekends.
are several car parks, but the popularity of the bay means that they
are full soon after mid-morning.
are cafes, restaurants and bars of varying sizes at several locations
along the bay, as well as beach kiosks.
along the length of the bay.
safe at all states of the tide.
facing, so it enjoys long hours of sunshine, although the western
end loses the sun late afternoon.
sheltered from anything but onshore breezes.
golden sand along the entire length of the bay, but it does get very
trampolines, pedalos, canoes.
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James, Sheffield: Brilliant beach, spent 4 lovely holidays there. We would like to
go back sometime!
A wonderful and very clean beach with all the facilities you require.
We have visited St Brelade's for the past 15/16 years. Why on earth go
to Tenerife! when you have spots like this in Jersey.
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