The golden sandy sheltered beach of Grève de Lecq is the most popular on Jersey's north shore. With high cliffs to either side it is sheltered from the wind most of the time and there is a large cave that runs all the way through the headland on the eastern side of the beach.

At the other end are the foundations of an abandoned harbour wall. Sitting up on the cliffs is an Iron age hill-fort and more modern defences including a German Bunker and Napoleonic barracks are within walking distance. The beach is very accessible and affords plenty of Free parking as well as a regular bus route. Due to tidal conditions there are lifeguards operating on this beach

Other facilities include;
Deck Chair Hire
Water sports
Public and Disabled Toilets

Colleens Cafe

Liberty Bus offer a very helpful guide to help visitors plan your trip here
(Bus Trip Planner)

Greve De Lecq

Main image courtesy of Colleens Cafe Greve de Lecq

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