Small but perfectly formed, Rozel Harbour is home to fishing boats, holiday huts, the island's most beloved cafe, and a handful of fantastic local restaurants.
When the tide goes out, there is a small sandy beach that is ideal for relaxing and soaking up the sun's rays. The beach faces north-east, so the sun dips behind the headland during late afternoon.
There is limited public parking in the harbour. Visitors travelling by bus should catch route number 3.
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.
The Moorings is a small and friendly hotel perfect to enjoy a few days unwinding. In its own words, this is the place to “drop anchor” and adopt Jersey’s peaceful way of life.
Durrell Wildlife Hostel probably offers the best value for money accommodation on the island, considering that free entry to the Wildlife Conservation Park is included in the overall price.
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.
Situated on Jersey's east coast, Anne Port is a stony beach that is perfect for sea swimming throughout the year.
Situated on Jersey's east coast, Archirondel is a very popular beach with plenty of space and clear water, perfect for a summer swim.
Famed for its motor racing hill climbs, Bouley Bay is a small harbour and stony beach situated in the north of Jersey.