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Grouville Tourist Information

Grouville is one of Jersey's 12 parishes. The Royal Bay of Grouville dominates the area and attracts many tourists every year. Located in the south east of Jersey, Grouville borders Saint Clement, Saint Saviour and Saint Martin.
The parish is divided into four districts, which are De la Rue, La Rocque, Les Marais and Longueville. The Minquiers, a group of rocky islands 15 miles off Jersey's shore, also belong to Grouville.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in Grouville

The Royal Bay of Grouville constitutes almost half of the east coast of Jersey. Its wonderful sandy beaches are the ideal place to relax and enjoy Jersey's sun. In good weather conditions, you can even see the French coast from the Royal Bay of Grouville! The Queen's Valley Reservoir and the picturesque old village of Gorey are worth visiting during your stay in Grouville.

Family Days out in Grouville

Grouville's safe, sandy beaches are perfect for families with children.

Sport in Grouville

The Royal Jersey Golf Club is in Grouville, which makes the village an ideal location for your golfing holidays on Jersey.
The Gorey Watersports Centre offers Water skiing, wakeboarding, fun canoes, banana rides, speedboat trips and motor dinghy hire at the Royal Bay beach in summer.

Shopping in Grouville

Holme-Grown is a farm shop in Fauvic, which sells local produce, gifts and plants. There are small souvenir shops along Grouville's coast near the Royal Bay.
You can shop VAT free on the Channel Islands.

Nightlife in Grouville

Pubs and restaurants along the Royal Bay serve fresh seafood and other local specialities.

Transport in Grouville

Jersey Airport (JER) in the parish of Saint Peter has regular flights to and from Jersey.
There are buses running across the island to bring you to almost every destination on Jersey.
Ferries operate between Guernsey and Jersey, the UK and France.

Official Tourism Office for Grouville/ Jersey

Jersey Tourism
Liberation Place
St Helier