|Travel by Coach|
|1 Included Excursions|
Day One - Home to overnight hotel
We make our way to an overnight hotel within driving distance of Weymouth/Poole. (D)
Day Two - Overnight hotel to Jersey
Today we head to Weymouth/Poole for the ferry as a foot passenger across to Jersey. On arrival you will be met and transferred to the Mayfair Hotel. (B,D)
Days Three to Six - Jersey
We’ll spend four full days in Jersey at the Mayfair Hotel in St Helier. Included in the tour is a tour of the island which is a great opportunity to see the famous and dramatic coastline of this incredible place. Spend the rest of the days exploring the island. The town of St Helier is the biggest on the island and it’s easy to see the French and British influences on the town. The waterfront is a nice place to spend time and it’s possible to go swimming in the sea here if it’s warm enough! Other attractions in town are the Maritime Museum, The Jersey Museum and The Occupation Museum. There are a few things to see outside of town, in particular, the Jersey War Tunnels, here you can learn about the island’s experience in World War II as the Channel Islands became the only part of the UK to be invaded by Germany. (B,D)
Day Seven - Jersey to overnight hotel
Transfer back to the ferry port for your return crossing as a foot passenger to Weymouth/ Poole. On arrival you will be met and then continue to an overnight hotel in the south coast area. (B,D)
Day Eight - Overnight hotel to home
We depart this morning and continue our journey home. (B)
Upgraded Ocean Plus seats on Condor ferries included!
Full Day: Scenic Coastal Tour
Join us for a scenic coastal tour of Jersey. We’ll travel around the island and will marvel at the beautiful scenery, complete with amazing sea-views. Despite the island’s small size there are a number of scenic points. Most of the west coast is made up of Les Mielles Nature Reserve and we’ll drive along the coast through these wetlands past coastal barracks that defended the island for centuries. This tour really does give a great feel for the island and getting to see small coastal villages that dot the coastline gives a feel of the influence that the island has drawn from both the UK and Frances and the interesting mix of cultures that exists here.