Summer is here - 4 perfect picnic spots
With its miles of sandy beaches and stunning cliff top spots, Jersey's the perfect place to pack up a picnic and explore the great outdoors. Stock up on freshly-baked bread, local cheese and Jersey strawberries and we'll point you in the right direction of a perfect picnic spot. And to guarantee yourself a truly luxurious experience, ask any of our hotels to put together a picnic…
For a stunning pine-lined sea view, head to the National Trust for Jersey's Grantez headland (pictured above). Overlooking the sweep of St Ouen's bay, this beautiful headland makes a memorable picnic spot. Click here for directions.
The panoramic viewing spot at St Brelade's Bay
Elizabeth Castle, St Aubin's Bay
Jersey's lucky enough to have not one but two castles, and both Elizabeth Castle and the medieval Mont Orgueil Castle make great picnic locations. Choose a spot in the shadow of the battlements at Elizabeth Castle or close to Mont Orgueil's fragrant herb garden or on the castle top for dizzying views. Click here for more about Jersey's Heritage Sites.
Adventurous picnickers will find the trek down the steps at Beauport, Portelet or Plémont beaches are worth it for the picturesque sandy coves and sheltered picnic spots on offer. Make sure you check the tide times before you set off though! Not so energetic? Try Grève de Lecq or Green Island for easy-to-access sandy beaches. Discover more Jersey beaches here.
Yachting in Jersey
Picnics on the water
For a luxury picnic destination… how about your own private yacht? Jersey has a wealth of private yacht charter companies so you can stop off at any of the island's bays and find your own unforgettable lunch spot. Or pack up a picnic and catch a RIB trip to the white sands of Les Minquiers reefs - these pristine stretches of sandbank are a glorious spot to spread out your picnic blanket - and you may even spot dolphins on the way.
Les Minquiers Reef - image courtesy of Jersey Seafaris
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Danny Evans Photography and Richard Stevens, Jersey Seafaris.