Situated on the North West Coast of Jersey, Plemont Bay is a gorgeous.
Protected by high cliffs the crescent shaped bay offers golden sand, rock pools and ideal waters for swimming, surfing or just spending time to relax. I spent a couple of hours exploring the bay with my girlfriend on a gorgeous sunny day.
If you visit the island, the bay is well worth a visit, and don’t forget the café on the way back up.
The walk down to the bay is steep but, the view is fantastic, at the bottom of the short walk are a few steps which will take you down to the bay.
Once onto the beach, if it’s low tide then you will be greeted by golden sand to enjoy, there are rock pools and cave’s also, however be aware of possible rock fall by the caves and also be aware of the incoming tide.
There are so many images to create while in the bay, this sand pattern caught my eye whilst walking along.
As you come onto the beach at the right hand side of the steps you can walk around to some imposing caves. You can enter the cave part of the way but be careful as there are large stones and boulders that can be slippery after the tide has gone out.
Walking up to and into the caves you are greeted by some amazing rocks and cliffs, there is also a waterfall!
I took the image below, at the end of our walk, most of the beach goers had headed home and there were just a few remaining on the beach.
Soon the tide would be in and the beach would take on a different view.