Jersey, the largest Channel Island
The north coast is the most dramatic part of the Island with towering, heather-clad cliffs that shelter hidden coves while the magnificent wild expanse of St Ouen’s Bay and the sand dunes dominate the west. By contrast the golden sandy stretches of the south are a beach-lover’s paradise, while the rocky inlets of the east are lapped with calm water and peppered with ancient castles and towers.
Jersey tells the story of its past in a gripping, entertaining way at castles, war tunnels and rural museums. From the Jersey War Tunnels, telling the true story of the occupation of Jersey during World War Two, Elizabeth Castle, built on a rocky islet of St Aubins Bay, Mont Orgueil Castle, the Hamptonne Country Life Musuem, showcasing six centuries of Jersey’s working life and of course the famous Maritime Museum, fiving you chance to discover all about Jersey’s maritime past in this unique, interactive museum.
Jersey is an island of flowers – a gardeners paradise due to the temperate climate, long hours of sunshine & rich soil. Visit Judith Querees Garden, set into the side of a valley in the rural parish of St Ouen with over 2500 plants, or maybe the Garens of Samares Manor, not forgetting the stunning Lavender Farm giving you a true insight into this working farm promising picturesque gardens and so much more.
Jersey has something for everyone! If it is family fun that you are looking for, then look no further than the Durrell Wildlife Park, the first ever conservation themed zoo, or why not visit A-Maizin! Adventure Park, an award winning attraction filled with things for all of the family both indoors and out.
Why not join us on our excursion by coach to discover some of the stunning sights of this truly beautiful Island? Enjoy the delights of St Aubin’s Bay, covering the central part of Jerseys southern coast, with a long sweep of unbroken beach from St Helier to St Aubin. Enjoy St Brelade’s Bay, set in a beautiful location this is Jersey’s busiest beach resort with its tiny jetty and seaside parish church at the western edge, along with The La Corbiere Lighthouse, located at the extreme south-west tip of Jersey. The Lighthouse is situated on a tidal island, and is linked by a causeway to the shore at low tide.
Travel by coach to St Ouen’s Bay, considered by many to be the best of its kind along with Greve de Lecq Bay, pleasantly sheltered and offering beautiful sandy beaches. Journey along the northern coastline to St Catherine’s Bay,with its picturesque rocky coves, Gorey Harbour and the eastern coastline incorporating La Rocque Harbour
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