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Sarah

Sarah's Guidebook

Food Shopping & Essentials
This is my recommended list of places to buy supplies for your trip or key essentials.
This is a great mini-supermarket for all the essentials. Also has a postbox and pharmacy as well as an off-licence and hairdresser next door.
Morrisons Daily
This is a great mini-supermarket for all the essentials. Also has a postbox and pharmacy as well as an off-licence and hairdresser next door.
Mini-supermarket for quality essentials. Situated behind the petrol pumps in the to the right as you head north through St Peter.
M&S St Peters Jersey Simply Food
Mini-supermarket for quality essentials. Situated behind the petrol pumps in the to the right as you head north through St Peter.
Large quality supermarket and homestore with good parking beneath and a good cafe.
Waitrose & Partners
Large quality supermarket and homestore with good parking beneath and a good cafe.
Big fairly economical supermarket - situated next to St Peter's church.
Co-op Grand Marché St Peter
Big fairly economical supermarket - situated next to St Peter's church.
Great grocery delivery service. Has all the essentials for the convenience of a supermarket delivery to the property.
Valley Foods Ltd.
Great grocery delivery service. Has all the essentials for the convenience of a supermarket delivery to the property.
Lovely farms shop that delivers the essentials.
Woodside Flowers And Farm Shop
Lovely farms shop that delivers the essentials.
Local farm shop selling array of veg and local produce.
Manor Farm
Local farm shop selling array of veg and local produce.
Well-stocked pharmacy, situtated next to the petrol pumps beside M&S Food in the centre of St Peter
Boots
Well-stocked pharmacy, situtated next to the petrol pumps beside M&S Food in the centre of St Peter
Tourist Information Centre
Beaches & Outdoor areas
This is a list of my top beaches and scenic outdoor areas to spend time at.
A beautiful sandy bay surrounded by tall cliffs with some fun caves and small waterfall. Check the tide times before you go as the beach is only really accessible at low tide (2 hours either side are usually fine). Drive all the way down the road if the top car park is empty (you can save yourself a steep walk). There's a nice cafe at the bottom of the road and then quite a few steps down to the bay.
Plémont Beach
A beautiful sandy bay surrounded by tall cliffs with some fun caves and small waterfall. Check the tide times before you go as the beach is only really accessible at low tide (2 hours either side are usually fine). Drive all the way down the road if the top car park is empty (you can save yourself a steep walk). There's a nice cafe at the bottom of the road and then quite a few steps down to the bay.
Good access on to St Ouen's Beach and even accessible at high-tide. Usually quieter than the southern end of the bay. No facilities.
La Saline
Good access on to St Ouen's Beach and even accessible at high-tide. Usually quieter than the southern end of the bay. No facilities.
Pretty bay surrounded by cliffs with some great rock pools and family friendly shallow sea. Cafe and toilets nearby.
Grève de Lecq Beach
Pretty bay surrounded by cliffs with some great rock pools and family friendly shallow sea. Cafe and toilets nearby.
Easy access to St Ouen's Bay from here - this is the busier end of the bay but has lovely sand and a beautiful view out to Corbiere lighthouse and La Rocco Tower. Facilities available at Le Braye Cafe.
Le Braye Carpark
Easy access to St Ouen's Bay from here - this is the busier end of the bay but has lovely sand and a beautiful view out to Corbiere lighthouse and La Rocco Tower. Facilities available at Le Braye Cafe.
Stunning shallow bay backed by a promenade and fabulous range of restaurants. Lots of water-sports available and safe paddling/swimming.
St Brelade's Bay
Stunning shallow bay backed by a promenade and fabulous range of restaurants. Lots of water-sports available and safe paddling/swimming.
Very pretty secluded beach (with a lot of steps down and back up!). Also lovely views if you walk along the cliff path to the right of the car park. There aren't any facilities so it's not as busy and if you time it right you may have the entire bay to yourselves.
Beauport Beach
Very pretty secluded beach (with a lot of steps down and back up!). Also lovely views if you walk along the cliff path to the right of the car park. There aren't any facilities so it's not as busy and if you time it right you may have the entire bay to yourselves.
Plenty of walking inland from the coast to bird watch - particularly great to see the Marsh Harriers. There's a hideout at the Jersey Wetland Centre just across the road from Big Vern's to see what you can spot!
Les Mielles Nature Reserve
Plenty of walking inland from the coast to bird watch - particularly great to see the Marsh Harriers. There's a hideout at the Jersey Wetland Centre just across the road from Big Vern's to see what you can spot!
Sightseeing
The main (and some off-beat) historical sites you won't want to miss.
Ruined 14th-century castle. Philippe de Carteret held it against the French when they held half of Jersey between 1461 and 1467, but it has been a ruin since the mid-16th century.
Grosnez Castle
Ruined 14th-century castle. Philippe de Carteret held it against the French when they held half of Jersey between 1461 and 1467, but it has been a ruin since the mid-16th century.
Originally constructed by the Germans as an underground hospital, Jersey War Tunnels is a poignant reminder of the German Occupation of Jersey During World War II. A series of exhibitions reveal details about the resistance, co-operation and eventual liberation. As well as the main tunnel complex, you can enjoy quiet moments in the Garden of Reflection or put your puzzle solving to the test in the Escape Room activity. As it's mostly underground worth bringing a jumper even in the summer! There is also a lovely pottery shop where you can arrange to paint your own ceramics and a cafe.
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Jersey War Tunnels
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Originally constructed by the Germans as an underground hospital, Jersey War Tunnels is a poignant reminder of the German Occupation of Jersey During World War II. A series of exhibitions reveal details about the resistance, co-operation and eventual liberation. As well as the main tunnel complex, you can enjoy quiet moments in the Garden of Reflection or put your puzzle solving to the test in the Escape Room activity. As it's mostly underground worth bringing a jumper even in the summer! There is also a lovely pottery shop where you can arrange to paint your own ceramics and a cafe.
Spectacularly located on the south west tip of Jersey, Corbière Lighthouse is described by Victor Hugo as 'the herdsman of the waves'. Built on a rocky outcrop 500 yards from the shore and towering 35 feet high, the lighthouse is accessible by way of a causeway. Be sure to check the tide times and be alert for the siren warning that the causeway is soon to be covered by the sea.
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Corbière Lighthouse
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Spectacularly located on the south west tip of Jersey, Corbière Lighthouse is described by Victor Hugo as 'the herdsman of the waves'. Built on a rocky outcrop 500 yards from the shore and towering 35 feet high, the lighthouse is accessible by way of a causeway. Be sure to check the tide times and be alert for the siren warning that the causeway is soon to be covered by the sea.
Protected Jersey against French invasion for over 600 years. Explore the network of staircases, towers and secret rooms to discover hidden treasures and magnificent views. Lots of steps but fantastic views from the top!
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Mont Orgueil Castle
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Protected Jersey against French invasion for over 600 years. Explore the network of staircases, towers and secret rooms to discover hidden treasures and magnificent views. Lots of steps but fantastic views from the top!
Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle defended Jersey for more than 300 years. You can take the quirky amphibious Castle Ferry or walk out along the causeway at low tide. Explore Jersey’s history, climb the battlements dating back to the 1590s and experience history coming to life with live demonstrations and gunfire!
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Elizabeth Castle
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Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, Elizabeth Castle defended Jersey for more than 300 years. You can take the quirky amphibious Castle Ferry or walk out along the causeway at low tide. Explore Jersey’s history, climb the battlements dating back to the 1590s and experience history coming to life with live demonstrations and gunfire!
One of many German military fortifications constructed during their occupation of the island in the second world war.
Battery Moltke
One of many German military fortifications constructed during their occupation of the island in the second world war.
Qaint walk through some woods (spot the Devil statue) and out to the coast to a craggy blowhole. Park in the carpark beside the Priory Inn.
Devil's Hole Viewing Platform
Qaint walk through some woods (spot the Devil statue) and out to the coast to a craggy blowhole. Park in the carpark beside the Priory Inn.
Peaceful manor estate with an historic manor and beautiful gardens to explore. Also has an outdoor cafe, small shop and children's play area.
Samarès Manor
Peaceful manor estate with an historic manor and beautiful gardens to explore. Also has an outdoor cafe, small shop and children's play area.
In 1995, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jersey's liberation from Nazi occupation, and thus 50 years of peace, a sculpture was erected in what is now called "Liberation Square", in front of the Pomme d'Or Hotel, the focal point for the celebrations when the island was liberated.
Liberation Square
In 1995, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jersey's liberation from Nazi occupation, and thus 50 years of peace, a sculpture was erected in what is now called "Liberation Square", in front of the Pomme d'Or Hotel, the focal point for the celebrations when the island was liberated.
Until the end of the 18th century, the town consisted chiefly of a string of houses, shops and warehouses stretching along the coastal dunes either side of the Church of St Helier and the adjacent marketplace (since 1751, Royal Square). La Cohue (a Norman word for courthouse) stood on one side of the square, now rebuilt as the Royal Court and States Chamber (called collectively the States Building). The market cross in the centre of the square was pulled down at the Reformation, and the iron cage for holding prisoners was replaced by a prison gatehouse at the western edge of town. The statue of George II in the Royal Square is the zero milestone from which all distances in Jersey are measured. George II gave £200 towards the construction of a new harbour - previously boats would be beached on a falling tide and unloaded by cart across the sands. A statue of the king by John Cheere was erected in the square in 1751 in gratitude, and the market place was renamed Royal Square, although the name has remained Lé Vièr Marchi (the old market) to this day in Jèrriais. The Royal Square was also the scene of the Battle of Jersey on 6 January 1781, the last attempt by French forces to seize Jersey.
Royal Square
Until the end of the 18th century, the town consisted chiefly of a string of houses, shops and warehouses stretching along the coastal dunes either side of the Church of St Helier and the adjacent marketplace (since 1751, Royal Square). La Cohue (a Norman word for courthouse) stood on one side of the square, now rebuilt as the Royal Court and States Chamber (called collectively the States Building). The market cross in the centre of the square was pulled down at the Reformation, and the iron cage for holding prisoners was replaced by a prison gatehouse at the western edge of town. The statue of George II in the Royal Square is the zero milestone from which all distances in Jersey are measured. George II gave £200 towards the construction of a new harbour - previously boats would be beached on a falling tide and unloaded by cart across the sands. A statue of the king by John Cheere was erected in the square in 1751 in gratitude, and the market place was renamed Royal Square, although the name has remained Lé Vièr Marchi (the old market) to this day in Jèrriais. The Royal Square was also the scene of the Battle of Jersey on 6 January 1781, the last attempt by French forces to seize Jersey.
Traditional covered market hall with a lovely atmosphere. Plenty of food and coffee stalls to watch proceedings from as well as a few fruit, vegetable, flower and other stalls to tempt you.
Jersey Market
47 Market St
Traditional covered market hall with a lovely atmosphere. Plenty of food and coffee stalls to watch proceedings from as well as a few fruit, vegetable, flower and other stalls to tempt you.
Batterie Lothringen was a World War II coastal artillery battery named after the SMS Lothringen, and constructed by Organisation Todt for the Wehrmacht during the Occupation of the Channel Islands. The first installations were completed in 1941, around the same time as the completion of the nearby Battery Moltke, in St. Ouen.
Battery Lothringen
Batterie Lothringen was a World War II coastal artillery battery named after the SMS Lothringen, and constructed by Organisation Todt for the Wehrmacht during the Occupation of the Channel Islands. The first installations were completed in 1941, around the same time as the completion of the nearby Battery Moltke, in St. Ouen.
A Neolithic (4000 - 3250BC) burial chamber consisting of a passage of large, upright granite blocks and dry stone walling leading into an oval chamber. On the north side is a small side chamber. The passage and side chamber retain their capstones. Discovered in 1839 it was excavated in 1912 by the Société Jersiaise. The main chamber was found to contain the skeletons of six adults and one child, all lying on their sides in a crouched position with quantities of limpet shells, bones and teeth of cow, horse, sheep, pig and deer and colourful sea pebbles. A further skeleton was found in a seated position, propped up by stones in the entrance passage and the scattered remains of a ninth individual in the side chamber. Three round bottomed bowls, broken vase supports, a clay spindle whorl, stone rubbers, hammers, a fine flint pick and a steatite bead were also found. www.prehistoricjersey.net has more infomration on other sites islandwide.
Dolmen du Monts Grantez
A Neolithic (4000 - 3250BC) burial chamber consisting of a passage of large, upright granite blocks and dry stone walling leading into an oval chamber. On the north side is a small side chamber. The passage and side chamber retain their capstones. Discovered in 1839 it was excavated in 1912 by the Société Jersiaise. The main chamber was found to contain the skeletons of six adults and one child, all lying on their sides in a crouched position with quantities of limpet shells, bones and teeth of cow, horse, sheep, pig and deer and colourful sea pebbles. A further skeleton was found in a seated position, propped up by stones in the entrance passage and the scattered remains of a ninth individual in the side chamber. Three round bottomed bowls, broken vase supports, a clay spindle whorl, stone rubbers, hammers, a fine flint pick and a steatite bead were also found. www.prehistoricjersey.net has more infomration on other sites islandwide.
Jersey Souvenirs and shopping
Lots of beautiful pearl jewellery and a small shop selling various accessories. Also has a good cafe with small children's play area (for younger children).
Jersey Pearl
Lots of beautiful pearl jewellery and a small shop selling various accessories. Also has a good cafe with small children's play area (for younger children).
Luxury locally designed jewellery store with a great cafe and restaurant. Set in an old windmill.
Catherine Best
Luxury locally designed jewellery store with a great cafe and restaurant. Set in an old windmill.
Explore and learn all about Jersey lavender (in season) and finish off with a refreshing lunch stop in the pretty cafe.
Jersey Lavender
Explore and learn all about Jersey lavender (in season) and finish off with a refreshing lunch stop in the pretty cafe.
Jersey Pottery Retail Shop
Main department store in St Helier.
de Gruchys
50-52 King St
Main department store in St Helier.
Food Scene
Jersey is full of great places to eat - this is a selection of all the restaurants and cafe's I love.
Great spot for family friendly beachfront casual dining. Great breakfasts (including pancakes) and lunch as well as casual sunset dining. Popular so expect queues at peak times.
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El Tico
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Great spot for family friendly beachfront casual dining. Great breakfasts (including pancakes) and lunch as well as casual sunset dining. Popular so expect queues at peak times.
Delicious fresh seafood snacks to take-away or eat on one of their beach-side picnic tables and enjoy the view!
Faulkner Fisheries
Delicious fresh seafood snacks to take-away or eat on one of their beach-side picnic tables and enjoy the view!
Low key local cafe, welcomes children and is a good refreshment stop after a walk along the nearby pretty lanes.
Cafe Ouen
Low key local cafe, welcomes children and is a good refreshment stop after a walk along the nearby pretty lanes.
Lovely local cafe/restaurant set beside the beach. Perfect for breakfast/lunch or early evening meal. Delicious food and friendly staff. Child friendly although can be crowded at peak times. Plenty of parking.
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Le Braye Cafe
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Lovely local cafe/restaurant set beside the beach. Perfect for breakfast/lunch or early evening meal. Delicious food and friendly staff. Child friendly although can be crowded at peak times. Plenty of parking.
Linked to Oyster Box on the seafront in St Brelade's. Specialises in seafood with a family friendly atmosphere. Beautiful views and good children's menu.
Crab Shack
Linked to Oyster Box on the seafront in St Brelade's. Specialises in seafood with a family friendly atmosphere. Beautiful views and good children's menu.
With beachfront views in St Brelade's it's probably the chain's best location! Fantastic for families with fast service and friendly staff.
Pizza Express
With beachfront views in St Brelade's it's probably the chain's best location! Fantastic for families with fast service and friendly staff.
Fabulous, primarily seafood restaurant on the beachfront of St Brelade's bay - ask for a window table or dine outside in summer for a true Jersey experience.
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Oyster Box
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Fabulous, primarily seafood restaurant on the beachfront of St Brelade's bay - ask for a window table or dine outside in summer for a true Jersey experience.
Michelin star rated fine dining.
Bohemia Bar & Restaurant
Michelin star rated fine dining.
Friendly cafe with a beautiful location on the bay. Perfect for breakfast, or lunch and an ice-cream stop after a morning at the beach. Also serves take-away coffee and has a good selection of beach toys (buckets, spades etc.). Limited parking along the front but can use the large car park just above the bay.
Coleens Cafe
Friendly cafe with a beautiful location on the bay. Perfect for breakfast, or lunch and an ice-cream stop after a morning at the beach. Also serves take-away coffee and has a good selection of beach toys (buckets, spades etc.). Limited parking along the front but can use the large car park just above the bay.
Longstanding and very popular burger kiosk (eat outside) on the harbour in Rozel. Limited parking but worth the wait for the famous burger!
The Hungry Man
Longstanding and very popular burger kiosk (eat outside) on the harbour in Rozel. Limited parking but worth the wait for the famous burger!
Fantastic garden centre and lovely coffee shop (great cakes!) with a little children's play area in the corner. Very family friendly and the garden centre has a hidden outdoor playground customers are welcome to use.
Ransoms Tearooms
Fantastic garden centre and lovely coffee shop (great cakes!) with a little children's play area in the corner. Very family friendly and the garden centre has a hidden outdoor playground customers are welcome to use.
Friendly small cafe kiosk next to the car park at Ouaisne Bay with a great travel-inspired menu including dishes from around the world. Has outdoor tables and a small covered area.
Kismet Cabana - Beach Club, Cafe, Restaurant
Friendly small cafe kiosk next to the car park at Ouaisne Bay with a great travel-inspired menu including dishes from around the world. Has outdoor tables and a small covered area.
Family themed pub with a good sized kid's softplay zone for rainy days. Next to the walk to Devil's Hole.
The Priory Inn Devils Hole
Family themed pub with a good sized kid's softplay zone for rainy days. Next to the walk to Devil's Hole.
Family friendly pub and restaurant with a good softplay zone for children.
The Tree House
Family friendly pub and restaurant with a good softplay zone for children.
Small and lively restaurant in picturesque St Aubin's. Need to book. Also has good options nearby for drinks along the harbour.
Lazin Lizard Restaurant
Small and lively restaurant in picturesque St Aubin's. Need to book. Also has good options nearby for drinks along the harbour.
Popular pub/restaurant above picturesque Portelet Bay. Good parking and very child-friendly with a large children's soft play area for customers.
The Portelet Inn
Popular pub/restaurant above picturesque Portelet Bay. Good parking and very child-friendly with a large children's soft play area for customers.
Relais & Chateaux luxury hotel set in stunning surroundings. The restaurant is great for a special treat or occasion. Save room for the cheese trolley!
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Longueville Manor Hotel and Restaurant
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Relais & Chateaux luxury hotel set in stunning surroundings. The restaurant is great for a special treat or occasion. Save room for the cheese trolley!
Great independent coffee shop in St Helier
Bean Around The World
73 Halkett Pl
Great independent coffee shop in St Helier
Wonderful french bakery and coffee shop (the owner is from Normandy). The shop is also known to the locals as "Bruno's". They sell delicious breads, pastries and cakes and you can pre-order online for collection.
La Baguette Chaude
Wonderful french bakery and coffee shop (the owner is from Normandy). The shop is also known to the locals as "Bruno's". They sell delicious breads, pastries and cakes and you can pre-order online for collection.
This is an excellent place for coffee, hot chocolate, cake or a full meal after a stroll on St Ouen's beach or a visit to the nature reserve opposite.
Sands
This is an excellent place for coffee, hot chocolate, cake or a full meal after a stroll on St Ouen's beach or a visit to the nature reserve opposite.
Good coffee stop in town.
Locke's
Good coffee stop in town.
Nice deli / restaurant in the middle of the old market serving artisan and homegrown produce.
La Bouche
Nice deli / restaurant in the middle of the old market serving artisan and homegrown produce.
Relaxed cafe/restaurant with amazing views out to Corbiere Lighthouse. A few tables outside and lots of space inside. Great place for sunset.
Corbiere Phare
Relaxed cafe/restaurant with amazing views out to Corbiere Lighthouse. A few tables outside and lots of space inside. Great place for sunset.
Great take-away fish & chip shop. Eat on the beach looking toward Gorey harbour.
Entwhistles Fish & Chip Takeaway
Great take-away fish & chip shop. Eat on the beach looking toward Gorey harbour.
Relatively informal with great food by Michelin star awarded chef.
Mark Jordan at the Beach
Relatively informal with great food by Michelin star awarded chef.
The Rozel Pub & Dining
Getting Around
Jersey Airport
Condor Ferries Ltd
Local taxi firm
Liberty Cabs
Local taxi firm
Main bus station in town. Operates buses throughout Jersey with timetables and journey planner on their website.
LibertyBus
Main bus station in town. Operates buses throughout Jersey with timetables and journey planner on their website.
Selection of bikes (including fantastic electric bikes) to hire for the day or longer so you can explore some of Jersey's best cycling routes. Can deliver/collect from various locations.
Jersey Bike Hire
Selection of bikes (including fantastic electric bikes) to hire for the day or longer so you can explore some of Jersey's best cycling routes. Can deliver/collect from various locations.
Entertainment & Activities
Beautifully located racecourse on the clifftops with great views over the course to the sea. Meetings list and further details at www.jerseyraceclub.com
Les Landes Racecourse
Beautifully located racecourse on the clifftops with great views over the course to the sea. Meetings list and further details at www.jerseyraceclub.com
Vineyard tours available of the grounds as well as a cafe/restaurant overlooking the vines (beautiful on a sunny day), a shop selling Jersey produce and an outdoor children's play area. Peaceful and very scenic.
La Mare Wine Estate
Vineyard tours available of the grounds as well as a cafe/restaurant overlooking the vines (beautiful on a sunny day), a shop selling Jersey produce and an outdoor children's play area. Peaceful and very scenic.
Local surf shop situated beside Sands restaurant. Offers board rentals and fantastic surfing lessons. Call in advance to check availability.
Little Joe's
Local surf shop situated beside Sands restaurant. Offers board rentals and fantastic surfing lessons. Call in advance to check availability.
Established by Gerald Durrell this 32 -acre conservation led wildlife park is home to some 1,400 mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians and over 130 endangered species. Also has a couple of nice cafe's and a chldren's outdoor play area.
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Jersey Zoo
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Established by Gerald Durrell this 32 -acre conservation led wildlife park is home to some 1,400 mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians and over 130 endangered species. Also has a couple of nice cafe's and a chldren's outdoor play area.
Great cinema complex with several screens showing a range of current films. Check Cineworld website for timings.
Cineworld Cinema - Jersey
Great cinema complex with several screens showing a range of current films. Check Cineworld website for timings.
Good rainy day activity for older children and young at heart grownups.
Arcadia Jersey
Good rainy day activity for older children and young at heart grownups.
Fantastic family oriented swimming pool with slides and a wave machine.
Aqua Splash
Fantastic family oriented swimming pool with slides and a wave machine.
Brilliant family day out. A large outdoor adventure park filled with old-fashioned fun and including a good cafe and spacious indoor play area for rainy days.
aMaizin! Adventure Park
Brilliant family day out. A large outdoor adventure park filled with old-fashioned fun and including a good cafe and spacious indoor play area for rainy days.
Various watersports including Coasteering, Kayak tours, Paddle boarding, Blokarting and inflatables.
Absolute Adventures
Various watersports including Coasteering, Kayak tours, Paddle boarding, Blokarting and inflatables.
Fort Regent is a 19th-century fortification, and leisure centre, on Mont de la Ville (Town Hill), in St. Helier, Jersey. The leisure centre has a dedicated children’s play area with PlayZone, arts & crafts, quad bikes and café. Also hosts live acts and performances.
Fort Regent Leisure Centre
Fort Regent is a 19th-century fortification, and leisure centre, on Mont de la Ville (Town Hill), in St. Helier, Jersey. The leisure centre has a dedicated children’s play area with PlayZone, arts & crafts, quad bikes and café. Also hosts live acts and performances.
Outdoor adventures for older children and teens.
Valley Adventure Centre
Outdoor adventures for older children and teens.
Jersey Bowl
Les Mielles Golf & Country Club
Boat tours around the island, if you're lucky with some dolphin watching.
Jersey Seafaris
Boat tours around the island, if you're lucky with some dolphin watching.
Offer short trips along the coasts, out to the Ecrehous and Minquiers where you can sometimes see dolphins, seals and other wildlife. Also occasionally do day trips to Carteret, Chausay, Sark and Herm.
Island RIB Voyages Jersey
Offer short trips along the coasts, out to the Ecrehous and Minquiers where you can sometimes see dolphins, seals and other wildlife. Also occasionally do day trips to Carteret, Chausay, Sark and Herm.
Various watersports including Coasteering, Kayak tours, Paddle boarding, Blokarting as well as abseiling, climbing and bushcraft.
Jersey Adventures
Various watersports including Coasteering, Kayak tours, Paddle boarding, Blokarting as well as abseiling, climbing and bushcraft.
Tours around the island and its main sites in various transport options including a classic open top bus the Char a-Banc.
Jersey Bus and Boat Tours
19 Esplanade
Tours around the island and its main sites in various transport options including a classic open top bus the Char a-Banc.
Great climbing / trampolining place to entertain children on a rainy day.
Jump Jersey @ Les Ormes
Great climbing / trampolining place to entertain children on a rainy day.
Riding stables offering lessons or short guided hacks around the local lanes for beginners. Suitable for 4+
Le Claire
Riding stables offering lessons or short guided hacks around the local lanes for beginners. Suitable for 4+