Beside the seaside
Life's a beach
St Brelade's bay has won numerous awards for it's clean bathing water, making it a popular beach destination during the summer months. BeachAbility is a charity that provides access to the beach using ballooned wheel chairs making it enjoyable for disabled people.
There are many water activities available in the bay, like paddle boarding, jet skiing and kayaking. One of the beach concessions can help suggest a fun watersport to suit you and your family.
Step off the beach right into the casual Cafe Bar for satisfying delights of summer salads and fresh local seafood. Ice cream sundaes are as part of the British summer as deckchairs and bucket and spades. Experience it all, this is the everything beach!
Year after year guests return to high quality service and friendly staff. In fact, guests become part of the Sands family and delight in seeing familiar faces when they return.
There's no better experience than sitting on your own balcony watching the boats and water-goers enjoy the sea below, then, in the evening listening to the gently lapping of the waves on the shore; this is what relaxing at the beach is all about.
During the shoulder months around April and September the Island still benefits from being the most southerly of the British Isles. The weather off season can be full of sunshine and warm days. Many islanders enjoy dog walking on the beach and heading to one of the many pubs and award winning restaurants on the promenade.
From St Brelade's you can walk all the way to Corbiere lighthouse towards St Ouen's Bay along the cliff paths; well worth it for the spectacular views.