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Green Island Beach

St Helier, Jersey

A two mile stretch of white sand with numerous reefs which are submerged at high tide. Several miles of reef are exposed at low tide at which time Green Islet, just offshore, can be reached. Beware of the incoming tide and don't get stranded on Green Islet when the tide comes in.

Beach Type

Sand

Facilities

Café and restaurants
Public toilets (including disabled)
Slipway and first aid post
Disabled/wheelchair access to beach available

Activities

Swimming
Fishing and snorkelling
No zoning

Nature and Wildlife

Inland countryside walks. Approximately three square miles of rock pools when the tide is out.

Water Quality

Excellent

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.

Awards and Recommendations

Marine Conservation Society Recommended

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: 49.1906, -2.12259

Access

Access by car and steps. Access also available to the slipway.

Parking

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

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in St Helier