Famed for its motor racing hill climbs, Bouley Bay is a small harbour and stony beach situated in the north of Jersey.
Popular with swimmers and kayakers, Bouley Bay is quiet and relaxing. The bay is also one of the island's most popular spots for scuba diving and is home to the Bouley Bay Dive Centre.
The harbour has limited parking and is accessible by bus (route number 4).
Château La Chaire is a small, luxurious and traditional hotel which started life as a private home to a passionate gardener in the 19th century.
Camping at Durrell offers an experience that is every bit as rare as some of the highly endangered species that Durrell host in their wildlife park.
A magnificent 19th century fort sitting above the picturesque Bouley Bay on Jersey's north coast, Fort Leicester is a quirky property set over three levels.
The Water's Edge Chalets are situated in the heart of Bouley Bay on Jersey’s north coast, with views across to the French coastline.
Situated on Jersey's east coast, Archirondel is a very popular beach with plenty of space and clear water, perfect for a summer swim.
Small but perfectly formed, Rozel Harbour is home to fishing boats, the island's most beloved cafe, and a handful of fantastic local restaurants.
Jersey's sub-marine life offers a fantastic range of discoveries with many aquatic species rarely seen in the UK.