St. Ouen's Bay
About St. Ouen's Bay
Jersey's west coast is five miles long, and at least three of those miles are covered in golden sand. The beach along St. Ouen's Bay is popular throughout the year and is a prime spot for surfing, with many British and European Championships having taken place over the years.
There are many spots to visit, from the busy stretches of beach at La Braye and the Watersplash to quieter areas that are ideal for a summer beach barbeque.
There is ample parking along the bay, but be warned that the busier areas do fill up quickly. For those travelling by bus, catch the 12a route.
St. Ouen's Bay is a Marine Conservation Society Recommended Beach 2014 and also part of the Jersey National Park.
The Atlantic Hotel
The Atlantic Hotel beautifully blends luxury with the most stunning ocean views over the west coast of Jersey.
The Highlands hotel is situated in a truly unique location, overlooking the ocean and Jersey's south coast.
Corbiere Phare Apartments
Corbière Phare Apartments are located in one of the most spectacular spot on the island on the west coast facing the Atlantic Ocean and overlooking the iconic Corbiere Lighthouse.
Discovery Bay Apartments
Situated in the heart of St. Ouen's Bay and on the doorstep of one of Europe's best surfing beaches, Discovery Bay Apartments are perfect for families and couples wishing to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
La Rocco Apartments
La Rocco Apartments are only a stone's throw from Jersey’s biggest beach, featuring incredible views across to the other Channel Islands and some magnificent sunsets.
The Radio Tower
A striking reminder of Jersey's years under German occupation, the Radio Tower is now a stunning and unique place to stay.
Stay in the self-proclaimed 'seaside folly', built in the 1930s and offering direct access to the sweep and golden sands of Jersey's largest beach. This unique property sits in a large area of land and can sleep up to six people.
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