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Bouley Bay
Famed for its motor racing hill climbs, Bouley Bay is a small harbour and stony beach situated in the north of Jersey.

Bouley Bay

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About Bouley Bay

Bouley Bay is tucked away between towering cliffs on Jersey’s north coast, and accessed by a long, steep and winding road that has been regularly used by motor and cycling clubs since 1920 to test their skills and endurance in coming back up from the bottom.

Home to Jersey’s only dive centre and ‘Mad Mary’s Beach Café’, a local institution famed for its hot chocolate and ‘Bouley Burgers’, visitors will usually find the bay quiet and peaceful, with ample space to stretch out or skim a few stones from the pebbly beach. Bouley bay is a popular start point for Kayak tours, keen to explore the wild north coast caves and spot illusive local wildlife.

Bouley Bay has some parking and is accessible by Liberty Bus route number 4. Keen walkers will find clearly marked cliff paths in Bouley Bay heading off to Rozel in the east and Bonne Nuit in the west.


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