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St. Brelade's Bay

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St. Brelade's Bay is probably Jersey's most popular beach. Surfers like the waves, families like the clean shallows, and sunbathers probably like the comfy sand. Cafes and restaurants keep visitors sated and beach volleyball nets, canoes and pedalos keep everyone from losing interest. The sun is reliable and the shelter is good so there's no reason for this not to be one of the most popular beaches on the island. The only downside is the popularity itself – if you don't arrive by about 11 you're probably not going to find a parking spot for your car but you should still be able to find one for yourself.

Written by  Jade Cabbot.

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