Plemont Bay is a picture postcard sandy beach situated on the North West coast of Jersey and has a number of large shallow pools which have been left by the tide for both adults and children to explore the marine life and play in. The bay is ideal for young families as there is plenty of exploring to do here including many caves one of which is covered by a waterfall, which at high tide you can explore further if the sea is calm

The surf here is also ideal for those Bodyboarders and surfers amongst you including beginners who just want to have fun. There is a long flight of steep steps down to the bay and therefore it is not suitable for those who have mobility issues although the views from the cafe at the top are fantastic including views out to the neighbouring islands of Guernsey, Herm & Sark. At high tide the beach is covered so it is always worth checking the tides before taking a trip to the bay, usually best in the middle of the day
Due to the varying sea conditions there are life guards stationed at the top by the cafe
Parking near the cafe is very limited and even at the top of the cliffs the car park fills up quickly so it is best to get here early as many of the locals will spend the day enjoying all that Plemont has to offer
Other Facilities Include
Public & Disabled Toilets

Plemont Beach Cafe

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

Main image courtesy of Jonathan Lozach


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