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Visit Jersey in the Autumn

Book your Jersey holidays for a seasonal getaway, and read on to find out what awaits you when you visit the island during the autumn, from where’s best to admire the stunning colours on the trees to the variety of exciting events which take place around the island every September, October and November.

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Discover Jersey’s Hidden Gems

For those who want to discover a different side of the island, there are some lesser-known “hidden gems” of Jersey we recommend seeking out. These places show a side of the island you wouldn’t usually see on a typical family holiday; you may have to head off the beaten track – literally and figuratively – to find these attractions!

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Jersey Bird Guide: A Birdwatching Resource

Here, you’ll find our guide to some birds you’re likely to see if you take a trip to the island in future, along with a selection of rarer examples that you just might spot if you happen to be in the right place at the right time!

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7 Ways to Enjoy Jersey Holidays on a Shoestring

The ‘Rock’, as it’s known by the locals, is not only rich in monetary investment, but in culture, landscape and, more often than not, it’s produce. There are often more exciting ways, on your Jersey Holidays, to understand and experience the Island that won’t cost you a penny!

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The Wild Side of Jersey – A Guide to the Island’s Wildlife

Given the fact that Jersey has been an island for over 6000 years, there has been time to develop its own state of nature, something that will become apparent on your Jersey holiday. With this being true, it is especially interesting to mention at this point that Jersey has a lot of wildlife that is exclusive to the island, but to the contrary there are some curious exceptions.

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30 Jersey Essentials: Walk Around the Reservoirs

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.

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