Situated on the south-eastern tip of Jersey, La Rocque features a small fishing harbour and a breakwater which hides a beautiful soft white sand beach tucked behind.
This south-eastern coast of Jersey sees dramatic changes every low tide, with miles of sand, gullies, reefs and rock pools becoming exposed twice a day, bringing a wealth of rarely witnessed marine life into view. Often compared to a moonscape, and officially a protected RAMSAR wetlands site, La Rocque is a perfect place to explore this area, but visitors are reminded to beware of the rising tide as it can cut you off quickly. Explore this area safely by taking a guided walk with Jersey Walk Adventures. Their night-time bioluminescence walk is not to be missed.
The ‘Hard Rocque Café’ kiosk serves hearty breakfast and lunches on the breakwater, and there are public toilets available too.
There is a small roadside public car park at La Rocque Harbour and the number 1 bus route passed by regularly.
The Beachcombers is a very pleasant hotel, perfect for enjoying the countryside as well as the beach.