With 43.5 miles of coastline around the stunning island of Jersey, there is always a beach that will be a perfect fit for the activities you have in mind and the special people you take along for the adventure.
Situated on Jersey's east coast, Anne Port is a stony beach that is perfect for sea swimming throughout the year.
Situated on Jersey's east coast, Archirondel is a very popular beach with plenty of space and clear water, perfect for a summer swim.
Beauport Bay is an idyllic corner of Jersey, close to the busy St. Brelade's Bay but seemingly a world away.
Bonne Nuit Harbour is tucked away on Jersey's north coast, at the bottom of a long and windy hill.
Famed for its motor racing hill climbs, Bouley Bay is a small harbour and stony beach situated in the north of Jersey.
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.
Greve de Lecq straddles the border between two of Jersey's parishes, St. Mary and St. Ouen.
The Royal Bay of Grouville, also known as Long Beach, is a wide expanse of golden sand that is perfect for a summer's day out.
Havre des Pas is a popular beach and Victorian bathing pool on the outskirts of St. Helier.
Situated on the south-eastern tip of Jersey, La Rocque features a small harbour, pier and sandy beach.
Pronounced 'Way-nay', Ouaisne is a secluded and popular bay on Jersey's south coast.
Plemont is one of Jersey's most popular and stunning beaches, a wide expanse of sand that disappears with every high tide.
Portelet is a charming bay with golden sands and clear waters, perfect for swimming and snorkelling.
Small but perfectly formed, Rozel Harbour is home to fishing boats, the island's most beloved cafe, and a handful of fantastic local restaurants.
St. Aubin's Bay stretches from St. Helier in the east to St. Aubin's Village in the west.
Located on Jersey's south-west coast and provides a natural amphitheatre for sun-bathing, swimming and water sports.
Jersey's west coast is five miles long, and at least three of those miles are covered in golden sand.