Opening hours and ticket prices for Mont Orgueil Castle can be found on the website
Telephone: 01534 853292
Mont Orgueil Castle, or Gorey Castle as it was first known, has cast its imposing shadow over the beautiful fishing port of Gorey for more than 800 years. One of the finest examples of a medieval fortress in existence, Mont Orgueil is also a symbol of Jersey’s national identity and independent character.
The Castle is home to several art displays, including “The Queen” by light artist Chris Levine and holographer Rob Munday, which features, “Equanimity”, a world-renowned holographic portrait of Her Majesty commissioned as part of Jersey’s celebrations of its 800-year-old relationship with the monarchy.
The Beachcombers is a very pleasant hotel, perfect for enjoying the countryside as well as the beach.
There is disc and paycard parking at Gorey Harbour and on Gorey Coast Road. There is also a free public car park at Long Beach.
Unfortunately the site is not suitable for people with mobility impairment. No dogs, except guide dogs.
Bus routes 1 and 1b stop at Gorey Pier, a short walk away.