Plemont is one of Jersey's wildest and most dramatic beaches, situated in the north west corner of the Island and surrounded by towering cliffs. Hidden entirely by the sea at each high tide, the fast receding water reveals a beautiful wide sandy beach, sheltered almost entirely from the wind and surrounded by glistening rock pools and mysterious caves just begging to be explored.
The beach is accessed by a long wooden staircase leading down from the very popular beach cafe that occupies prime position and spectacular views from above. The sea at Plemont can be calm and ideal for swimming, and it’s not unusual for passing dolphins to come and frolic close to the shoreline, but in certain weather conditions strong swells can also crash into this corner of the island - making local surfers very happy but meaning swimmers should seek another spot!
There is a small public car park beside the beach café, and a larger car park on the nearby cliff top, accessible by a further set of stairs or by walking on the road (no pavement). Visitors travelling by bus can reach Plemont via route number 8.