Havre des Pas is a popular beach and Victorian bathing pool on the outskirts of St. Helier.
The bathing pool fills up during every high tide, leaving a large area of seawater for swimmers to enjoy at low tide. The pool, lido and pier match the surrounding Victorian architecture, creating a classic holiday feel to the area.
There are public car parks a short walk from the beach and pool.
The Club Hotel & Spa opened in 2005, immediately establishing itself as St Helier's premier luxury boutique hotel.
The Hotel de Normandie is a classic seafront hotel offering fantastic value in a convenient location, close to the town amenities as well as south coast beaches.
The Marina Metro Hotel is in one of the best locations on the outskirts of town, opening straight onto St. Helier's seafront promenade.
The Ommaroo Hotel is a classic Victorian seafront hotel which is family run, friendly and fantastically situated between the town centre and the beach in a district of St Helier traditionally dedicated to hospitality.
The Fort d'Auvergne Hotel is built on the site of a former maritime fort and is bordered by the sea to the south and the east.
Facing the sea opposite Jersey's famous Victorian bathing pool, the De L'Etang is also just on the edge of St Helier's town centre.
Dating from between 1740 and 1760, the fisherman's cottage has been lovingly restored and offers a fantastic place to stay, close to the centre of St. Helier town centre yet a world away from it all.
Named after the grassy rock just off the coastline and easily reached at low tide, Green Island is one of the most popular beaches in Jersey.
Situated on the south-eastern tip of Jersey, La Rocque features a small harbour, pier and sandy beach.
St. Aubin's Bay stretches from St. Helier in the east to St. Aubin's Village in the west.