St Ouen's Bay

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On the coast
St Ouen's Bay


St Ouen's Bay runs the full length of Jersey's west coast. This is an artist's view of the bay in 1865

The bungalows which were scattered all along the shoreline before the Germans built a sea wall have now disappeared

Areas of the bay

L'Etacq - La Pulente - La Rocco Tower - St Ouen's Pond - Grande Route des Mielles

Stops on our coastal tour of Jersey NEW

St Ouen's Bay: north - St Ouen's Bay: centre - St Ouen's Bay: south

Picture gallery

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A photograph of the bay taken from a kite
Steps to the beach at Chateau Plaisir
La Moye clubhouse in 1933, with weekend chalets lining the coast behind
A standing stone in the middle of the sand dunes
1970 panorama
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