Spectacular St. Ouen’s Bay spans almost the entire west coast of Jersey and in this stunning setting you’ll find everything from luxury hotels with unsurpassed sea views, rustic rural camp sites, to unusual heritage properties completely surrounded by the sea twice a day. An expansive white sandy beach with surf worthy waves rolling in from the Atlantic sits directly opposite a landscape of rugged sand-dunes, a perfect point to admire the bay in its full glory.
Find a place to call home in the bay for your stay.
If the majestic sweep of St Ouen’s Bay has captured your imagination, then find your perfect stay here.
One of Jersey's finest luxury hotels combining breathtaking ocean views with the award-winning Ocean Restaurant. The Atlantic Hotel is set within ten acres of beautiful and extensive private grounds, situated in one of the most stunning locations in the Channel Islands.
The iconic Barge Aground is uniquely positioned in the stunning St. Ouen’s Bay with direct access to the beach. Built in the 1930s, this is the last of the seaside follies and chalets which once lined the bay. The décor has a 1930s theme, with walnut wooden floors and some original furniture.
A lovely sunny studio located in a highly sought after location in Jersey. Although the property does not have a sea view, you can hear the waves crashing at high tide, across the road from the beach and a spectacular location to watch the sun set in the evening.
Discovery Bay Apartments offer spectacular sea views and often, magnificent sunsets. A million miles from the stresses and strains of modern day living, the apartments have been refurbished in a contemporary style and finished to high standards.
This historic Martello Tower has been restored with all modern conveniences. Sleeping up to 12 guests in an open plan living space, this property is a jewel within the bay of St. Ouen. It has a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge area with flat screen TV with Freesat, spacious dining area and a fantastic roof terrace with 360 degree views.
This luxury detached two bedroom granite barn conversion is west facing with amazing, uninterrupted sea views across the beautiful St. Ouen's Bay on the island's west coast. The property can sleep up to four adults and one infant. There are two sheltered patios, ideal for al fresco dining and for viewing the breathtaking sunsets over the beach.
Maison des Landes is the only hotel in the Channel Islands designed especially for people with disabilities. Which means you can enjoy everything that Jersey has to offer, safe in the knowledge that we’ll have everything you need when you’re here.
A small, family run, friendly site in beautiful surroundings which accepts motorhomes, campervans, caravans or tents. We do not have hire tents. Our Oasis Café is also open all day for delicious food and drinks. So sit back and relax, or enjoy exploring our beautiful island. The choice is yours.
Don't miss the St. Ouen's Bay sunset.
Find your seat for the show and sip on a sundowner.
From beach cafés to chic restaurants, there’s a host of places out west to feed your appetite as you watch the sun disappear over the horizon. Or stay a while and rebalance your senses – revitalise within reach of St. Ouen’s Bay at these restorative island locations.
Faulkner Fisheries is an independently family-owned group of companies buying and selling live, fresh, cooked, smoked, frozen, dried and preserved seafood in Jersey, Channel Islands and France. The group’s vivier is nestled inside a Second World War German bunker at L’Etacq in St. Ouen.
Come and join us for a cool drink or a delicious meal, and enjoy the magnificent views over St. Ouen's Bay from the terrace of our iconic beach bar. For more than 50 years 'The Splash' has been the home of surfing on the island - this is reflected in the relaxed atmosphere and menu that truly offers something for everyone.
A family owned beachside bistro offering simple, fresh and delicious food and drink. The food pays homage to British seaside classics whilst Mediterranean influences nod to the more southern geography. The food is always fresh, locally sourced wherever possible, and consistently unfussy and delicious.
Visit Jersey’s original beach café, and possibly one of Britain’s original surf schools, hiring out boards since 1948. Perched on the very edge of the beach and in the middle of one of the finest surf bays in Europe. El Tico Beach Cantina, is a world class destination for fabulous food, great wine and glorious beachside sunsets.
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