Welcome to Jersey, the ultimate holiday island. With duty-free goods, boutique hotels and beautiful beaches, you can breeze through the terminal at Southampton Airport and be there in just 30 minutes.
The largest of the Channel Islands, its proximity to France gives a distinct French flavour, complete with winding lanes, green spaces, big skies, dramatic cliffs and those beaches. It’s at the big beaches you’ll find the most action. From surfers to kitesurfers, windsurfers to blokarters, you can walk, cycle, rockpool, or simply drink in the view.
Explore its castles, adventure parks and gardens, and then sample the food. Home of much deliciousness, the island’s bars, cafes, pubs and restaurants offer everything from Michelin starred dining to indulgent Jersey ice cream treats.
Visit at Christmas to enjoy the famous twinkling Christmas markets,or spend autumn browsing beautiful National Trust properties – whenever you choose to visit, this island of flowers has something for everyone.
Flybe fly straight to Jersey from Southampton Airport in just 30 minutes.
Top things to see and do
The Jersey War Tunnels tell the story of Jersey’s Occupation during WWII, from evacuation and captivity to the Island’s liberation.
Majestic Mont Orgueil Castle has protected Jersey from French invasion for more than 600 years. Explore the mysterious network of staircases, towers and secret rooms to discover hidden treasures.
With 350 miles of roads and byways to amble around, Jersey is a fun place to explore on two wheels. Why not take it one step further astride a Harley? Limo Bikes Jersey run tours and trips.
Off the beaten track
Take to the water in a sea kayak and bob about; it’s a great way to explore Jersey’s shores, cliffs and coastline for a very different sea view.
Bringing new meaning to back to basics, you bring all your own sleeping stuff but in return you get to experience - and save - some of Jersey’s most amazing coastal towers.
Set in 32 acres, the Gerard Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an inspiring sanctuary to more than 130 endangered species and plenty of other wild things.