Enjoy: Picnics

Le Don Le Quesne, Le Hocq

Sandwiched between the beach and St Clement’s coast road is a small strip of land on which the old Eastern Railway used to run between 1873 and 1929.

Gifted to the Trust in 1987, this small grassland site has direct access to the beach and is a wonderful spot to watch wading birds on Jersey’s Ramsar site or simply enjoy the view at high tide.


From St Helier head along La Grande Route de la Côte until you reach St Clement’s Parish Hall where ample parking is located. From the Parish Hall, head on foot along the coastal path towards Gorey for about 500 yards. Access is at the top of the hill after a mesh fence on your right. Carefully walk down the steps and the site opens up before you. You can also reach the site directly from the beach at low tide.

La Grande Route de la Cote, St Clement