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St Brelades Bay

St Brelades is generally considered the superior beach on Jersey, stretching in a semi-circle, which also provides shelter from Atlantic storms. Also being south facing it is often warmer than most other beaches, and often its waters are much smoother than the open sea. Like most Jersey beaches there is a large range from low- to high-water, so that at high tide the sea almost reaches the promenade, it leaves vast stretches at low tide
The golden sands, which are in one section patrolled, make for safe bathing and ideal for children. Running a few feet above the beach is a walkway, fronted by a variety of shops, selling food and general goods, hotels (including the 4* l'Horizon) and the Wayside Café (see video presentation), serving drinks and also food on its terrace.
There is ample car-parkng except during peak season.
The Biarritz Hotel (Christian) is situated up steps off the east end of the bay, with stunning view from it terrace
At the western end of the Bay is St Brelades Church and the Fisherman's Chapel

View across St Brelades Bay
Brelades's Bay beach looking east (beyond Ouaisné Bay)- view taken at low water
St Brelade's beach, looking toward the Church
Gardens, St Brelades (right, Wayside Café, below a Martello Tower)