Jersey is a charming island that offers stylish hotels, shopping, cocktail bars and restaurants as well as being a very history rich destination, with plenty to see and do during your stay.
When the tide is up, Jersey is only 45 square miles and home to some of the best sandy beaches, as well as many lovely walking routes – the Green Lanes is a network of lanes where pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders have priority so you can explore the island safely.
St Helier is the capital of Jersey, with trendy Liberation Square at the epicentre. St Helier is compact and unique with lots to see and do. If you love shopping there are designer boutiques and high street shops within its pedestrianised streets, as well as plenty of cafes and restaurants for when you want to take a break and have a bite to eat. St Brelade’s Bay is the most famous and popular beach, a south facing stretch which is sheltered and very safe for bathing throughout the year. In the summer months watersports are popular and there are plenty of cafes open all year round.
There is more to Jersey than you might expect, whether you’re looking for spas, shopping, great local cuisine, golf, history, heritage, fun and forest you will certainly find them here.
A few things you should know before travelling to Jersey:
Sterling is the currency in Jersey
You don’t need a passport to travel to the Channel Islands (Although photographic ID is required if flying)
You will not need plug adaptors, he island uses threes pin plug sockets of 240 volts
Cars and dogs can be taken on board the Condor ferry
Hotels in Jersey