Always check the tide times carefully before crossing the slipway to reach the lighthouse. The causeway is covered by the sea twice a day.
Spectacularly located on the south west tip of Jersey, Corbière Lighthouse is described by Victor Hugo as 'the herdsman of the waves'.
Built on a rocky outcrop 500 yards from the shore and towering 35 feet high, the lighthouse is accessible by way of a causeway. Be sure to check the tide times and be alert for the siren warning that the causeway is soon to be covered by the sea.
Corbière is a firm favourite of locals and visitors whatever the weather and is the perfect island location for watching the sun set over the horizon.
The Atlantic Hotel beautifully blends luxury with the most stunning ocean views over the west coast of Jersey.
The Golden Sands hotel opens straight onto one of Jersey’s most beautiful and popular beaches.
L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa offers a vibrant, spacious and chic environment in a fabulous location on St Brelade’s beach, Jersey's south coast.
St. Brelade's Bay Hotel presents a slight colonial air with immaculately polished antiques and beautiful artifacts peppered along the walls.
Beau Rivage Apartments offer direct access to the beach and stunning views over St Brelade’s bay, the most attractive sandy bay in Jersey.
Corbière Phare Apartments are located in one of the most spectacular spot on the island on the west coast facing the Atlantic Ocean and overlooking the iconic Corbiere Lighthouse.
Situated in the heart of St. Ouen's Bay and on the doorstep of one of Europe's best surfing beaches, Discovery Bay Apartments are perfect for families and couples wishing to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Within easy reach of Jersey's west coast and close to some of the island's best beaches and stunning countryside, Les Ormes is the ideal destination for fun-filled active holidays as well as relaxing breaks.
A striking reminder of Jersey's years under German occupation, the Radio Tower is now a stunning and unique place to stay.
Stay in the self-proclaimed 'seaside folly', built in the 1930s and offering direct access to the sweep and golden sands of Jersey's largest beach. This unique property sits in a large area of land and can sleep up to six people.
Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for more than 300 years.
Hidden in Jersey’s eastern countryside is La Hougue Bie Museum, one of Europe’s finest prehistoric monuments.
Historically, the Castle protected Jersey against French invasion for 600 years, but it is now open for the public.