St Brelade's bay is split by a small wooded headland to create two separate sandy beaches. St Brelade's beach is at the westerly, built-up end of the bay where hotels and eateries line the beach front promenade. This beach is one of Jersey's finest and most popular beaches due to it's great sand, the size of the beach when the tide drops, the location and because it gets most of the days sun.
As this is one of Jersey's most popular beaches it can get crowded during summer weekends. If the beach is busy, consider heading to the quieter end of the bay, Ouaisne beach, where the beach is just as nice but there are less facilities.
Paid parking is available by Winston Churchill memorial park. There are various eating establishments along the beach along with public toilets. A large supermarket is located a 3 minute drive up the westerly hill (B45) for those who want to take their own food for the day. Lifeguards operate during the busy months too.
We have no dog information for St Brelades Bay beach.
The beach front road is a 20mph zone - beware.