Located on the far south-eastern tip of Jersey is La Rocque beach, a real gem of a beach nestled behind a long, curved harbour arm. This rapidly becoming a 'discovery' by all visitors and not just the locals. The beach is something for everyone at all states of tide. The sand is golden, albeit a little shingley in places. Like many Jersey beaches, there is much to explore on a low tide. For the very adventurous types, a walk out to Seymour Tower is worth the effort.
There are toilets, a snack cabin and free parking. A few minutes in the car heading west will get you to a small supermarket (which is located on a blind bend so take care not to miss it!)
We have no dog information for La Rocque beach.
The rising tide is a big danger here. If exploring offshore make appropriate timing plans.