By: Condor Ferries on 04/08/2014
Top 10 beaches
St Brelade's Bay
This breathtaking bay has been voted one of the UK’s top 10 beaches and is one of Jersey's busiest. A haven for watersports enthusiasts and sun-seekers alike, it's golden sands are hard to resist.
The perfect family beach, Cobo Bay is blessed with yielding, golden sands and boasts a shore break that attracts windsurfers, kayakers and surfers in their droves
Plage du Mole
This sand beach is very enjoyable for swimming and is the most southerly of St Malo's beaches nestled between the Mole des Noires jetty and the Bastion de la Hollande providing shelter.
This golden sandy beach is well worth the walk down the long flight of steps which helps this very attractive and popular south coast location becoming too crowded.
One of the island's most difficult beaches to access, Petit Bot is well worth the steep stepped climb. With its secluded bay and dramatic cliff scenery, this beach is sheltered from the wind and has a dramatic waterfall.
Plage de Bon Secours
This popular sandy beach is accessible through the ramparts and the fortified city. There is a seawater pool, Piscine de Bon, providing bathing for those who don't wish to walk to the waters edge.
Magical caves and sparkling rock pools make this soft-sanded cove a must–see for anyone yearning to escape, to stroll, to catch that perfect wave, or simply soak up the sun!
Awarded ‘Britain’s Cleanest Beach’ by the Telegraph, you’ll find full amenities. We’d recommend the popular Crabby Jack’s restaurant and Vista’s Beach Café.
Plage du Sillon
The biggest sand beach in St Malo, Plage du Sillon is made up of three beaches: the Grande beach, the Hoguette and the Rochebonne beach. Enjoyable for swimming and soaking up the sun, the beaches also offer a number of activities.
This three mile long beach stretches from St Helier to the harbour village of St Aubin and is popular for visitors and locals alike. Offering safe bathing, this soft sand beach is perfect for all the family.