Rozel Bay is a beautiful fishing port nestled in Jersey’s north east, sheltered by green rolling hills and dotted with dinky cafes and harbourside restaurants. Low tide reveals a small expanse of beautiful white sand with tiny fishing boats stranded on its banks. Many are drawn to this blissful scene to pass a quiet afternoon over cloudless views of the French coast.
Rozel is more of a traditional harbour than pleasure beach, and you will lose the sun in the late afternoon. Retreat to a friendly harbourside pub for a Liberation Jersey Ale, or take the rugged footpath up to an ancient dolmen site for an early chapter in our island story. Lift your spirits in the cheery little cafe, The Hungry Man, daubed with lively artwork brought to life by an island artist, where you can enjoy a famous ‘Marshmallow Hot Chocolate Explosion’ or a hunger-stopping breakfast with family and friends.
Facilities & Amenities
On Bus Routes - 3
Public toilets - Accessible facilities available
Accessible - via slipway to beach
Dog Friendly - Dogs welcome between October and April but must be kept on a lead from 10:00 until 18:00 between May and September