If you’re thinking about visiting Jersey this summer or you’ve already booked your holiday, our recommendation is to join the Afternoon Tea Week celebrations from 8th to 14th August.
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We have put together a selection of guides and informational pieces that give you a real insight into the island of Jersey. Whether you want to find the best beach for the family, the most romantic spot for a picnic or browse the events calendar for festivals & sports, our blog section will have helpful and motivating reads that will make for the perfect #islandbreak.
Many visitors to Jersey choose to stay in a hotel, however, a self-catering alternative, is something that should be considered. It comes to a different holiday experience, which brings about 5 great advantages.
It’s time to celebrate some of the extraordinary women who have left their mark on local Jersey history. Even though they come from a variety of backgrounds, they all have something in common: they are strong, independent, courageous and pioneers in their field. We may not have monuments to honour them, but by telling their tales we can keep their achievements in our memory and pass them on to future generations.
With no testing or isolation requirements for visitors from UK, there is no better time than now. Flight to Jersey from most of airports in the UK in approximately 1 hour and enjoy a fabulous island break with your other half.
Battle of Flowers is one of Jersey’s longest standing institutions, and a favourite with local residents and visitors alike, taking place in August each year. Read all about this fantastic and famous event.
Proudly British, but located just 14 miles from the coast of France, Jersey enjoys the almost unique position of offering a holiday that combines the familiarity of home with a distinctly European flavour. Despite not needing a passport to travel on your Jersey Holiday from the UK (although photographic identification is required) arrivals from Poole harbour drive off the high-speed ferry straight on to ‘La Route du Port Elizabeth’, one of many French language road names that may suggest you’ve found yourself in Brittany rather than on British shores.