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 Golden Sands hotel opens straight onto one of Jersey’s most beautiful and popular beaches.