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.
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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.
Jersey is incredibly easy to explore on foot, with a wide range of diverse terrain within 45 square miles. The landscape varies from shaded woodland valleys, gorse-covered clifftop panoramas, quiet shrub-lined green lanes, twisting and turning reservoir ambles and long dramatic beach walks. If you pick the right walking route, you can experience most of these in just one day during your Jersey holiday.
A new addition to the Island of Jersey is the introduction of the EVieBikes. These are dockless electric bikes that can be found dotted around the Island and can be picked up and ridden with an easy ‘tap and go’ system. Your Jersey holiday wouldn’t be complete without taking a cycle through our quiet lanes and picturesque coastal paths. These bikes are a fantastic way to increase your island knowledge and experience new locations that simply couldn’t be accessed by a car.
It seems to be an oddity to Jersey that the passage of time is often measured in events rather than hours or months. Mention that you’ve got friends coming for ‘Battle Week’ and a local will know just when they’re arriving, and the first bank holiday in May is known locally as ‘Boat Show weekend’ rather than May Day.
With miles of untouched beaches, world-famous cows and a fascinating history that tells different tales from the rest of the UK, a visit to Jersey is guaranteed to give visitors a staycation with a difference. The beauty of making the short but sweet journey to Jersey is that you’ll find a familiar blend of home comforts mixed with the Island’s unique community, scenery and culture that give it its flare.