Plemont Bay Jersey is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the island, with its unique caves and a natural waterfall that runs after a downpour of rain and creates a fresh water stream into the sea. During high tide when the sea is calm, you can swim up through the waterfall and explore the cave behind it.
If you want to explore the beach and sunbathe on the golden sand, make sure to go during low tide. If you happen to visit while the tide is high and the sand is hidden, you can wonder along the beautiful coastal paths around the headland either east to Greve de Lecq, or west towards Gronez Castle. Both footpaths lead from the Plemont Beach Café, the perfect location for a post-walk refuel.
This secret bay is also populated with an exciting array of birds and wildlife. If you look closely, you may just be able to see the puffins that inhabit the cliffs of Plemont Point. Look to the water and you might see some of Jersey’s unusual sea creatures such as the beautiful cuckoo wrasse fish or the short snouted seahorse. If you’re looking on land, the dunes are home to many interesting animals such as the western green lizard (with Jersey being their only natural home), the lesser white-toothed shrew, and the short-toed treecreeper. Summer, when the sun is shining, is the best time to seek out the reptiles or for those with more interest in what creatures lurk within the rockpools, Autumn is best as the sea is at its warmest.
A locally-run beach café overlooking the gorgeous Plemont Bay is an idyllic stop to refuel and make the most out of the fantastic views. The café serves up genuine local produce with Jersey Royal potatoes, freshly caught seafood, coffee beans roasted in Jersey and locally brewed beer. At this café, you even have the possibility of seeing dolphins with a plate of freshly made delicacies waiting on a table in front of you. Could there be a better way to spend an afternoon?
With Jersey being only 5 miles long and 9 miles wide, none of the hotels in Jersey are too far away. However, here are a few that are so close, you’ll have no excuse not to visit the stunning bay at some point on your holiday.
The Prince of Wales is a family-run beach hotel, overlooking the Greve de Lecq bay on Jersey’s north coast. Well-kept cliff-top paths means that the hotel is at an ideal spot to enjoy the views of the other islands and the Normandy coast, with Plemont Beach being under a 10-minute drive away. The hotel restaurant boasts a range of dishes made from local ingredients making The Prince of Wales a must for those exploring the north coast.
This hotel stands in the heart of Jersey’s ‘Green Lane’ Parish of St Peter and offers comfortable, luxurious accommodation boasting characteristics of an English country home. The hotel stands within beautifully maintained gardens decorated with a splash of floral colour and providing the perfect backdrop to relax either on the terrace, or in the idyllic outdoor heated pool. The food on the menu consists of the finest local produce and the freshest catch from Jersey’s seas. Located inland and a 15-minute drive from Plemont Beach, the Greenhills Country House Hotel is the perfect rural backdrop for a Jersey getaway.
The Daisy Cottage Campsite is the only campsite on the west of the island and conveniently only 1 mile away from Plemont Beach. At Daisy Cottage, you can pitch your tent, motor home or caravan on one of their quiet, secluded pitches surrounded by beautiful Jersey countryside. There are onsite masseuses, as well as yoga workshops if you wish to relax on your holiday and unwind at the peaceful retreat and explore the wonders of the north coast.
Plemont Bay is only one of the beautiful sites of Jersey, but the island really has so much to offer that you need to discover for yourself! Book your journey over now and fall in love with Jersey’s charm.