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The best Sunset in the world?

It's the most beautiful beach to sit and watch the sun dip behind the horizon. It must be one of... read more

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odedkuschy
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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Amazing

Huge beach, miles and miles of it. West facing sandy beach with car parks dotted along its length... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
CharlesMzzz
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England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed today via mobile

It's the most beautiful beach to sit and watch the sun dip behind the horizon. It must be one of the most beautiful sunsets on this planet . The colours are just fantastic.

Thank odedkuschy
Reviewed 1 week ago

Huge beach, miles and miles of it. West facing sandy beach with car parks dotted along its length and some good eating places.

1  Thank CharlesMzzz
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Long, sweeping bay that runs most of the length of the west coast of Jersey. When the tide is out the beach is magnificent; flat and sweeping. During the time of our visit there were lifeguards situated at various points along the beach with the...More

Thank manswa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Another of Jersey's gorgeous bays, it seems to go on forever. It was beautiful and clean. Just loved walking along the sand and drinking in the sounds of the sea.

Thank I H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a fabulous walk along the bay. It is huge. There are plenty of amenities, we stopped off at a beach cafe called Big Vern’s. There were surfers to watch (with lifeguards on hand). We even saw a horse swimming!! Clean and picturesque

Thank KP11347
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Spent four days on the beautiful island of Jersey and whilst we explored the whole island, St. Ouens Bay was definitely our favourite place and where we kept returning. It is an extremely long beach of beautiful soft golden sand and amazingly clear water. There...More

1  Thank claire_marie1963
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A great beach and stunning views - miles and miles of exploring to do. Go for a walk, explore the old WWII bunkers and just relax.

1  Thank JonathanEvans
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is my favourite beach in Jersey. Five miles long and such a lovely beach. Lots of nice eating places all the way along. Not overcrowded but great for surf and water sports. Do go and see for yourself.

Thank BHNY
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A great beach, clean and a few restaurants/ food places along the bay. You can learn to surf and there are safe swimming areas looked after by life guards.

1  Thank jerseygirl6644
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Surfers Paradise ! Incredible to watch the surfers ! Kids had a body board but preferred to watch the people and how they did things there

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Sunita S
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Response from nanhort | Reviewed this property |
I do have experience of camping sites on jersey sorry but go by ferry of course
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Wendy C
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Response from bootsmannsmaat | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there are public toilets at the north end up by the Military Museum, opposite Jersey Pearl.
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