A new and increasingly popular trend in the travel industry is skip-generation holidays, otherwise known as ‘Gramping’, which is the coined term for when grandparents take their grandchildren on holiday! It’s a brilliant way for grandparents to reunite and spend quality time with their little loved ones and discover somewhere new together whilst parents get to spend some well-deserved quality time together.
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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.
Though many people often opt for hotels and guest houses, choosing self-catering gives you independence and suits all types of holidaymakers. You do have to do some preparation before heading off on your Jersey holiday, so you don’t forget to pack something important, so we have put together a guide on how to make it easy and as stress-free as possible.
With the help of some top Instagrammers who either live in Jersey or have holidayed on the paradise island, we’ve highlighted some great places to take a photo that you can share with your family and friends.
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.
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.