Greve de Lecq is a quirky, golden sandy beach on Jersey's north-western coast. It has a traditional English seaside feel to it and is a popular tourist coach stop-off due to its easy accessibility. Despite its popularity there is usually plenty of space for all when the tide drops down the steady sloping sands. Rock pools and gullies can be found to the eastern side.
Two good sized car parks, public toilets, kiosks, pub.
We have no dog information for Greve de Lecq beach.