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Known as an island shaped by the sea, Jersey split from the Normandy peninsula approximately 6,000 years ago, later becoming the inhabited, largest Channel Island we know it as today. With a distinct continental feel and balmy, sun-soaked days, visitors can enjoy beautiful coastlines, rolling countryside and charming attractions. As Jersey’s only town, and its capital, St. Helier is situated on the vast stretch of St. Aubin's Bay, making it the perfect base for any journey to Jersey. Here, you can enjoy fantastic shopping opportunities and first-class eateries, and within just a few minutes’ walk, you could be at the delightful beach with its pretty white sand and tidal pools. As well as the gorgeous beaches and cascading cliffs, Jersey is also very well-known for its military history. If you decide to venture a visit to the iconic 15-acre Elizabeth Castle, located on a tidal island, you can learn more about the multi-layered history while surrounded by the incredible fortress and battlements. There’s plenty to explore on your discovery of Jersey… 

Discover the colourful island of Jersey with its sandy beaches and rugged coastline, and the charming town of St. Helier.

  • 7 nights hotel with breakfast
  • 7 evening meals
  • Porterage at the hotel
  • Local joining points


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Jersey Highlights

A sightseeing tour around the island of Jersey gives you the incredible opportunity to see famous landmarks like La Corbière. With truly spectacular views and a look at old German bunkers from World War II, learn more about the extensive history of the area with a visit to the lighthouse, as well as a trip to the hugely significant and enormous Jersey War Tunnels. Visitors can see the fascinating exhibit in the underground tunnels themselves or walk the War Trail and find the field fortifications and defences. Jersey Museum & Art Gallery also gives an insight into the rich history and culture of Jersey, featuring the compelling and insightful Story of Jersey film. Beyond the landmarks and heritage, Jersey is a great island to escape to and simply enjoy. With a fabulous high street that stretches the length of King Street to Queen Street, there are an abundance shops to browse in the capital, as well as many lovely cafés and even some world-class restaurants.  

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Must See

Explore the 32-acre park at Jersey Zoo and see endangered species such as gorillas and orangutans


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Things to do and local attractions

  • Stroll through the pedestrianised area of St. Helier and soak up the British and French charm View Tour
  • Relax on one of Jersey’s stunning beaches such as St Brelade View Tour
  • Uncover history at Elizabeth Castle and Mont Orgueil Castle View Tour
  • Take to the water and see the island from another angle with a coastline boat tour View Tour
  • Visit the Jersey War Tunnels to learn more about the island’s 5-year German occupation View Tour

Food and Drink

Jersey Royal Potatoes

You might have heard of the Jersey Royal potatoes before, but have you ever tried them on their island of origin? Delightfully nutty and sweet, these potatoes have a protected designation of origin – so only potatoes grown on the island can be called Jersey Royal. Enjoy roasted with rosemary and butter for a distinctly delicious taste. 

Bean Crock

Bean crock is often considered to be the national dish of Jersey due to its popularity, roots, and delicious taste. It is a bean-based stew, traditionally using a pig’s trotter – slow-cooked for maximum flavour! 

Crab Sandwiches

Look over the lovely beaches and bays of Jersey as you enjoy one of the delicious crab sandwiches on offer. Locally caught, cooked and served, this delicious meaty lunch is certainly beloved, and may possibly be the best crab sandwich you’ll ever try! 


With an array of luxurious and lovely restaurants, Jersey is renowned for its food, particularly its delicious and high-quality range of seafood. From whole crabs, monk fish and grilled bream, to tuna steaks, lobster, sea bass, scallops and more, you will not be disappointed. 

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