Surrounded by cliffs on the north coast on the north coast of Jersey, Bouley Bay is a small and scenic bay. It is popular with scuba divers, with its water providing a home to an abundance of marine life, all easily accessed from its pebble beach, slipway or harbour wall steps. It is sheltered from all but north easterly winds, allowing year round diving, snorkeling, swimming and Paddle boarding.

The Marine Conservation Society has recommended Bouley Bay for excellent water quality for many years.

For the walkers, the north coast cliff path dips down into Bouley Bay before climbing steeply away again, towards White Rock and Rozel Bay to the East or Bonne Nuit Bay to the West. The steeply winding road that provides stunning views as you drive down to the bay.

Mad Mary’s beach café is well known for its friendly welcome, not to mention its fresh crab sandwiches, and many dives have been logged whilst sat at a table at Mary’s watching the comings and goings in the bay. On a clear day you can see the coast of Normandy and very occasionally the local pod of dolphins that are often seen swimming past the harbor entrance will venture into the Bay itself.