Beauport Beach

Beauport Beach, St. Aubin: Address, Beauport Beach Reviews: 5/5

Beauport Beach
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This is a small beach on the southwest of the island. Easy to find if you google it. Beaches like St Brelade's are well developed and attractive to those who like this. But Beauport beach is completely undeveloped and very beautiful: one of the most lovely small beaches I have seen. I had to put a city in, and wrote St Aubin but it's a few miles from this.
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Sightsee54683043542
Luton, UK1 contribution
Lovely walk
Sep 2021
It's a lovely, slightly strenuous 20 minute from St. Brelade's Bay to beautiful small secluded bay. Worth the effort.
Written 30 September 2021
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ozzi9
London, UK457 contributions
Stunning beach
Aug 2021 • Friends
Next to St Brelades bay , follow the road around the back of the church .
there is a car park above this bay , and steep stairs down to the beach .
Absolutely worth the effort . Stunning Sandy beach . You cross over weather beaten stones to get to the sand … but the water is crystal clear and so calm . A few Rocky outcroppings that you can have a nice
Easy swim around .
Written 28 August 2021
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Paulina S
Worcester Park, UK32 contributions
Remote beach around the corner
Aug 2021 • Solo
Small and secluded beach that can grant access mostly via sea. Therefore you can a lot small boats in there and people swimming. The other option to get there is by using a small walking path that is not very well known to many people.
Written 18 August 2021
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Jane J
7 contributions
stunning
Jul 2021
Simply stunning!!! quiet a walk down and up again but worth it best beach in Jersey always come here.
Written 9 August 2021
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Caroline W
Corfu, Greece39 contributions
Beautiful
Jul 2021
The beach is so clean, with soft sand. Tides create a huge area to play on. Not for surfers, but great for kids. Cafe's and toilets available
Written 30 July 2021
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Itinerantur17
United Kingdom772 contributions
Great find
Jun 2021
Quiet, very pretty and unspoilt. Up the hill from St Brelades. Note free car park and very steep climb down (but well worth it)
Written 15 June 2021
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Mark B
Jersey, UK12 contributions
My local beach
Oct 2020 • Solo
Beautiful beach, 5 minutes from home. Perfect for dawn swimming as the sun comes up. So lucky to have this. Blessed is the island ❤️.
Written 2 October 2020
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horsman1970
Battle, UK13 contributions
Secluded bay
Sep 2020 • Couples
Fantastic secluded bay, like something from Pirates of the Caribbean, we spent the morning there, deserted, my wife swam it was beautiful
Written 11 September 2020
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merseybeans
United Kingdom262 contributions
Could be anywhere in the world
Jul 2020
This beach is like the Caribbean. Lovely clean sands and surrounded by great scenery.
The climb down the hill and back up again is not for everyone.
Written 21 July 2020
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JerseyBean
48 contributions
The most beautiful beach in Jersey
Aug 2019 • Family
On a par with many of the best beaches in the world. It’s so lovely, you could well hesitate to share it’s charms with others! It’s a must to visit when you are in Jersey and take a dip in its crystal clear waters. Super for families with safe bathing and numerous rock pools when the tide recedes. Note there are no loos here so go before you come!! No food either other than an ice cream concession in summer which is in the car park. It’s a lovely walk down to the beach via a choice of two footpaths - one steeper than the other. It’s charm lies in its lack of commercialization and we locals simply ask you to enjoy all its beauty and that you leave only your footprints and take that rubbish back up the path to the bins in the car park. Note that this beach is not suitable for wheelchairs, prams or buggies as the footpaths are rugged in nature and you also need to cross a couple of meters of large rocks to access the sand.
Written 17 February 2020
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