West Coast


St Ouen’s Bay

The west coast is made up of one 5 mile long sweeping sandy bay called St. Ouen’s Bay, which has large reefs at either end, that become exposed at low tide. The Bay is exposed to the full force of the Atlantic and has a variety of different types of surf spots, ranging from rolling UK style beach breaks, to French style hollow sand banks. In the centre of the bay is the Watersplash, the centre of Jersey surfing and home to the infamous Watersplash nightclub. Over the years the ‘Splash’ has played host to many major Championships including British and European Championships.