Wednesday 1st to Friday 31st July 2020
In July 2016, Jersey Hospice Care and National Trust for Jersey joined forces to create a month long event to raise much needed funds at the same time as discovering the wonderful beaches in the island.
Over £20 pounds was raised during the event in 2019.
The whole concept celebrates the fact that we are lucky enough to have so many amazing places to go sea swimming. Simply sign up and start planning which beaches you will visit on which days. 30 strokes in each bay is all that is required and you can complete the challenge and tick of the bays at one a day or in whichever way best suits you.
The opening swim will take place at St Brelade's Bay at 10.00am. Registration opens at 9.30am.
As well as being able to meet up with fellow swimmers, you will be handed your fab swimming hat.
On 31st July there will be a group swim at St Brealde's Bay at 6.00pm to celebrate your completed challenge and to share your experiences with your fellow swimmers. Don't forget to bring your swimming hat!
Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa is the only 5 star hotel in St Helier. The hotel offers fantastic sea views over St Aubin’s bay and Elizabeth castle, an award winning spa and three AA Rosette restaurant.
The Merton Hotel is a 3 star resort-style hotel on the outskirts of St. Helier. The hotel provides an extensive selection of accommodation options, restaurants, bars and the Merton Aquadome, including the UK's first surfing flowrider.
The Norfolk Hotel is a wonderful 2 star family-run hotel that offers great value for money and an unbeatable personable service, a popular coffee shop, evening meals and entertainment.
The Villa Nova is a great value guest house in St Helier, close to the beautiful Howard Davis Park and only a short stroll from the town centre.
The Club Hotel & Spa opened in 2005, immediately establishing itself as St Helier's premier luxury boutique hotel.
Established over 175 years ago, the Pomme d'Or is one of Jersey's most prominent hotels. With 143 rooms to choose from and a very convenient town centre location, the Pomme d'Or offers city-style facilities and attentive service.
Located in a prime location on St Helier’s waterfront and offering easy access to the town centre and St. Aubin's Bay, the Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel is a popular choice for many Jersey visitors.
Formerly a grand Jersey house, The Savoy offers excellent value as a four star hotel in St. Helier and provides affordable luxury accommodation close to the town’s centre.
The Royal Yacht Hotel offers an incredible town centre location combined with the fantastic Spa Sirène and an unrivalled selection of restaurants and bars.
Well established and reputed for its friendly welcome, the Apollo Hotel is close to St Helier’s town centre yet still only a short drive from the countryside, the south coast and the beach.
The Mayfair Hotel is a very popular 3 star hotel in St Helier, with a great choice of accommodation to suit couples and families alike. Situated just outside the main town centre, the Mayfair has extensive facilities to entertain everyone.
The Monterey hotel is a conveniently located town hotel with excellent facilities and warm hospitality. Purpose-built, the hotel is always keeping up with new trends and is a fantastic base for exploring Jersey.
Once a coach house, the Revere is now a boutique style hotel conveniently close to the heart of St. Helier’s town centre as well as to Jersey's south coast beaches.
The Inn is a chic, contemporary and friendly boutique hotel on the edge of St Helier, brilliant for short breaks as well as longer holidays in Jersey.
Liberty Wharf Apartments offer a choice of contemporary units ranging from studios to two bedroom flats.
Panama Apartments offer affordable accommodation in a convenient location close to St Helier’s town centre and to Jersey's central bus station.
Island-wide networks of cycle paths, coastal routes and green lanes provide an ideal environment to explore on two wheels.
Jersey's variety of terrains, beaches and paths makes the island a walking paradise.
The fast-growing sport of stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is a fun, easy way to go play on the water.