Beautiful, dominant and iconic, the Castle is dear to all islanders least of all for its role in protecting them from invasions from the very neighbouring French.
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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.
Over 16 miles of awe inspiring panorama stretch between Jersey’s north east and north west corners. Our famous and well maintained cliff paths dominate this rugged part of the island, an area where you will hear the power of the sea crushing below, where birds swoop overhead in search of prey and where, despite the dramatic landscape, you will be immersed in a very peaceful local environment.
Beautiful cows with delicious milk is the simple key to Jersey Dairy’s incredible success over the years. In fact since 1763 – that’s over 250 years of breed protection, product development and now international fame.
One of Jersey’s top tourist attractions, Jersey War Tunnels is a historical site like no other. Life in Jersey took an eerie turn during WWII, with slaves being brought in from Poland, France, Russia & Spain to dig an underground hospital for the injured German troops.
La Mare Wine Estate covers 25 acres of land in the north west of Jersey, probably more than you thought possible on our small island. Tucked away in the beautiful country parish of St Mary, the estate is well worth a leisurely visit.
When Gerald Durrell established the Jersey Zoo and then the “Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust” back in 1963, his focus was on animals and their worldwide welfare. A few decades on and he would undoubtedly be immensely proud of what he has started.