Sight / landmark
St. Catherine’s Bay
St. Catherine's Breakwater and Bay are most popular with both novice and skilled sailors, canoeists and anglers, it is home to St. Catherine's Sailing Club and the Jersey Canoe Club. Originally planned as a harbour for the Royal Navy to counter the threat of a French invasion, the breakwater was started in 1847 but shallow water halted their plans.
- Free entry
- Free for children
Eat and explore on the coast.
Take a stroll across the epic breakwater and discover the picturesque landscapes across the bay and beyond. Stop off and refuel with a range of amazing eateries nearby.
Archirondel's pretty pebbly beach is home to this popular beach café with views of the Martello Tower the sprawling French coast. Tucked away down a small road and opening onto Archirondel Beach on Jersey's east coast, this café is a true summer favourite for locals and island visitors.
Nestled on the harbour wall in Rozel Bay, The Hungry Man offers a wide range of food, from gourmet burgers to crab sandwiches and delicious homemade cakes. All seating is al fresco, so be sure to rug up in the chillier months. The atmosphere is relaxed and unhurried to suit the calm and natural environment of beautiful Rozel Bay.
Ransoms Tearoom and Restaurant is a place where you can have breakfast, brunch, lunch and tea in one unifying, buzzing and friendly atmosphere. You may choose a delicious sandwich with a cup of coffee, or you may prefer a full three course menu with wine, there is no wrong choice... but don't forget to try the homemade cakes!
The 3 Arches is a little shop in an iconic spot, located 200m along St. Catherine's Breakwater. Stretch the legs and grab yourself a gourmet goodie. Whether you grab a coffee, a delicious ciabatta or our unforgettable brownie, you wont be disappointed. You can also buy some Seafari merchandise to take home to loved ones!
Wake up to the sound of waves crashing.
Rest and recharge for another day of exploration in a range of unique heritage sites, hotels and self-catering homes within walking distance to St. Catherine’s Bay.
Anne Port Bay, Port Rest House is a detached three bedroom house that can sleep up to five adults, overlooking the picturesque Anne Port Bay and only a two minute walk from the beach. The property comprises of a large kitchen, modern shower room and access to the patio and gardens.
This stunning three bedroom detached holiday home is majestically perched on the very edge of the island on the east coast, with uninterrupted sea views across to France. The views are equally exceptional from both of the ground floor bedrooms and large open-plan living area, whilst the view from the terrace may be the very best in Jersey.
Rozel Camping Park is a well-established family owned and managed park offering exceptional value and service to our clients. It has been run by the Germain family for over 45 years and awarded with five Pennants by the AA with a very high quality score of 89%.
A coastal tower with wonderful views, the tower is split over four levels with a large terrace at ground level and a roof terrace overlooking the tranquil bay of Archirondel, the Tower is great for those looking for adventure, with the sea on your doorstep.
The walk to the end of breakwater is breathtaking and well worth the effort. You can always pop into The 3 Arches half way along or the Breakwater Café before or after your walk, a popular haunt with locals and a great place for a pit stop.
We are open all year round.
- Wheelchair access