Bouley Bay is a small north coast harbour tucked away between towering cliffs that is ideal for competent swimmers. It is accessed by a long, steep and winding road that has regularly been used by motor and cycling clubs since 1920 to test their skills and endurance in coming back up from the bottom.
The Jersey beach looses the sun in the afternoon as it is obscured by the high surrounding cliffs and there is no sand at Bouley Bay just a stony beach of pebble and rock.
Bouley Bay is home to Jersey’s only dive centre and Mad Mary’s Beach Café, a local institution famed for its hot chocolate and Bouley Burgers.
Parking is very limited but is accessible by Liberty Bus route number 4. There are toilets available.