Nature, animaux & parcs
St. Ouen’s Bay
With its sun kissed headland and soft sandy beaches, Jersey's western shoreline offers up some of the island's most magical locations, a long stretch of golden sand and views over the Atlantic Ocean make St. Ouen's Bay something special. The bay is a great spot for a sunset BBQ with the family, just over the road from the stunning sand dunes.
- Entrée gratuite
- Gratuit pour les enfants
With mile after mile of beautiful sand, cleansed twice a day by Atlantic surf, St. Ouen’s Bay is a spiritual home for Jersey surfers and thrill seekers of all kinds. At five miles (8km) long, there is plenty of space and facilities for everyone. The Atlantic coast is popular with surfers, adrenaline seekers and sporty types, with various activities such as blokarting, kite surfing, paragliding and wind surfing are amongst the most popular with locals and visitors. St. Ouen’s Bay boasts one of the oldest surfing clubs in Europe and in the summer months certain areas are watched over by the RNLI. Fire up a beach barbecue on a summer’s evening, while snapping a few memories in the heavenly, golden light that fills the bay.
Ouvert toute l'année
- Accès fauteuil roulant
Local charity BeachAbility offer manual, ballooned wheelchairs for use on the beach. The wheelchair storage unit is located in the parking area just before Le Braye Café on the right hand side. A number of slipway ramps that lead to the beach are cobbled and have uneven surfaces.
- Accessible parking or drop-off point
- Accessible toilets
- Level access
- Partial wheelchair access
- Ramp to main entrance
- Wheelchairs or mobility aids provided