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With an abundance of idyllic beaches and affluent towns, the island of Jersey is fast becoming one of Europe's premier holiday destinations. Located between the coasts of England and France, the Channel Islands combine a warm climate with a short travelling time from most of the continent. The peaceful and naturally beautiful island of Jersey is a real hit with honeymooners and travelling couples, which goes some way to explaining the glut of excellent romantic hotels.
St. Helier is the island's main town and is home to many of the best guesthouses and hotels in Jersey. The southern town is also the most vibrant place on the island, particularly in the evenings when visitors have their pick of plenty of exquisite restaurants and bars.
Talana Hotel is an intimate and welcoming hotel which offers incredible value for couples. As well as housing its very own swimming pool, Talana Hotel is within easy walking distance of the centre of St. Helier, making for an enjoyable stroll home on balmy summer evenings.
The island's beaches are undoubtedly one of its major attractions. Whether you're basking in the summer sun or enjoying the rugged northern coastlines on foot in the winter months, there's plenty of stunning coastal coves to take in.
One of Jersey's finest beaches is in the south west at St Brelade. This is also the site of some of the island's fanciest romantic hotels. The gorgeous port of St Aubin is also nearby, which is an excellent location for evening food and drink. The Somerville Hotel offers an enchanting accommodation option for couples looking for somewhere to stay in the south.
St. Ouen's Bay is another of Jersey's most popular beaches, also located in the west of the island. While the beach is best known for water sports, it also makes a spectacular sight in summer evenings when the sun sets. With an open aspect looking out to the west, couples can watch the sun disappear over the water with a cool drink in hand.