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We were visiting the museum and pearl shop nearby and so spent a few moments here.
This is a fantastic beach for children - plenty of rock pools and literally miles of beach.
No facilities or anywhere to buy food (Jersey Pearl across the road...More
What a stunning place...walked along the sand,paddled in the sea,so so quiet,not many people so could really feel as if this was paradise...Had a meal in nearby restaurant,sat outside soaking in view,even with it being on airport run,wasn't that noisy as mainly little island hoppers...
Wonderful unspoilt beach, never gets crowded with great places to eat and drink dotted around the bay.
Lot's of surfing and wind surfing takes place, wonderful unspoilt walk's not only on the beach but the sand dunes as well.
The Bay is long and sweeping, finishing at Corbiere Lighthouse at one end, which in itself is worth a visit, especially when the tide is in and there is rough water. This is the surfers' beach but there is more than enough room for everyone....More
St Ouen's is a lovely beach and is the Windiest part of the Island.
Which is why this beach is great for surfing!!
I would say that this part of the island is the poplar surfing part!!
However it is also very secluded! There isn't...More
Stopped off at the top end of this very long (5 mile) westward-facing beach - given the predominant winds, perhaps the wildest and windiest of the Jersey beaches. A gentle graceful curve of a beach, interspersed with impressive WW2 bunker complexes, some housing and a...More