If you are heading on a holiday to Jersey here are some of the foods that you really should try during your visit to this spectacular island.
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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.
Jersey features a stunning collection of beaches, many accompanied by a mouth-watering selection of beach cafés and friendly shacks. From north coast harbours and east coast coves to the wide sandy expanses of the west and south, Jersey’s beaches are always busy with locals and visitors looking for their next tasty meal. Read on to discover our personal favourites.
Jersey’s best kept secret by far, Les Ecrehous is a tiny archipelago of islets located some six miles off the north east corner of Jersey. Its beauty is breathtaking and special moments are to be had all year-round, from stunning sunrises over France and sunsets over Jersey, to the sight of dolphins accompanying you all the way there.
Jersey Cream teas are as recommendable as most of Jersey’s culinary experiences and are very high on the list of must-dos when visiting! Many hotels offer their own selection of home-made scones, local cream, jam, beautiful pastries, finger sandwiches and totally irresistible cakes.
On a small island, natural resources feel very precious, maybe more than in larger countries and here in Jersey we definitely have a special bound with our fresh water supplies. The levels are monitored daily by walkers, dog walkers and many a jogger knows where to stop to catch their breath in front of a spectacular view point. Walking around the reservoirs is as much part of the island’s life as going to the beach.
La Hougue Bie is difficult to describe! An essential part of Jersey’s past, the site hosts a fascinating amalgamation of historical vestiges starting with a
remarkable Neolithic tomb and going all the way to the Second World War.