The world’s first concrete lighthouse draws visitors as much for its striking architecture as for its dramatic location and is one of the iconic Jersey sights. Corbiere Lighthouse stands 36 metres above high water on the island’s south west corner on a tidal island surrounded by rocks. It can be reached at low tide by walking along a causeway, flanked by rock pools and small beaches. On the walk across peer into the rock pools you might see the rare brittle star. A wonderfully atmospheric location, it is a fabulous place to watch Jersey sunsets and rolling Atlantic storms. For safe crossing check Corbiere Lighhouse tide times here.
Close by, Corbiere Phara Restaurant offers some spectacular views, especially at sunset, and serves a full range of good food, snacks and drinks all day.
Check out our island page for Jersey for more information on getting to Jersey, and getting around Jersey and our favourite food and drink in Jersey.
You may also be interested in:
- Walks from Rozel Harbour to St Catherine’s Breakwater or Bonne Nuit Bay
- Discover Jersey’s Occupation story
- Walk to tidal L’Islet (Elizabeth Castle) from St Helier
- Discover the horrible histories of Mount Orgueil
- Go glamping at the Durrel Wildlife Park
- Try some of the best seafood in the Channel Islands
- Swim or walk on the best beaches in Jersey
- Enjoy a seafood BBQ in a WW2 bunker
- Visit one of the ten oldest buildings in the world
The other Channel Islands are also excellent walking destinations and, together with Jersey, walks around their coast paths form the 110 mile Channel Island Way.
Guernsey – find out about walking in Guernsey, Guernsey’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Sark – find out about walking in Sark, Sark’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Herm – find out about walking in Herm, Herm’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Alderney – find out about walking in Alderney, Alderney’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Other islands in the British Isles
We have explored nearly 600 islands in the British Isles and are trying to write them up as fast as we can. Check more here or contact us as we are happy to share our info.
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