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Bouley Bay Beach

St Helier, Jersey

A sweeping two mile pebble beach and harbour set against cliffs to the north and the west. There are great rock pools to explore, you may see the odd puffin on the coastal walk, and Bouley Bay is the unofficial home to scuba diving in Jersey.

Beach Type

Sandy

Facilities

A bar and a beach cafe

Activities

Swimming
Snorkelling
Scuba diving
Sea-canoeing and fishing
No zoning

Nature and Wildlife

Excellent rock pools. Keep your eye out for puffins. There is a cliff walk from the bay leading to the pretty fishing port of Rozel.

Water Quality

Good

Lifeguard

No

Cleaning and Litter

The beach is cleaned both mechanically and manually every day from April to October by the States of Jersey Public Services. Litter and dog bins are provided.

Tourist Information

For more information about the area visit: Jersey Tourism. Liberation Square. St Helier. Tel: 01534 500700

Location

Nearest town: St Helier
County: Jersey
Latitude/Longitude: 49.2429, -2.08054

Access

A6 from St Helier then the B38 and the B31. Bouley bay should be signposted to your right.

Public Transport

The bus No.4 serves the bay during the summer months only.

Parking

Free carparking is available for up to 20 cars. including disabled spaces.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in St Helier