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Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands, is a destination to discover at a leisurely pace. This island of sweeping coastlines and picturesque countryside is interspersed by quaint villages and medieval landmarks. Jersey is a British-ruled island, although is actually closer to the coast of France than England.
At just 9 miles (14 kilometers) wide and 5 miles (8 kilometers) long, it’s a great place to explore on foot or by bike. St. Helier, the island capital, is the center of activity. Find museums that expertly retrace the island’s maritime and smuggling heritage.
Many people visit Jersey to discover its varied landscapes, ranging from rolling green meadows to dramatic coastlines and secluded bays. Hike through the scenic woodland of Fern Valley north of St. Helier. Relax on the pristine southern beaches of St. Brelade’s Bay and St. Aubin.
On the western shore, Les Mielles Nature Reserve has myriad birdlife and picturesque walking trails. Explore the rugged dunes at St. Ouen’s Bay, a beach popular with surfers and kite-surfers. Go to the northern coast and walk across the cliffs at La Gréve de Lecq. Alternatively, visit the traditional fishing villages of Bonne Nuit Bay and Rozel.
The area’s 800-year history has created a legacy of significant landmarks. Visit the 16th-century Elizabeth Castle, the former home of English explorer, Sir Walter Raleigh. Admire the hilltop fortress, Mont Orgueil, which protected the island from French invasion. Hear stories of German occupation during World War II at the Jersey War Tunnels.
Jersey has much to offer in terms of cuisine and makes great use of local produce. Sample scallops at Bouley Bay and oysters at Grouville. Come in May and June to see farmers harvesting the famous Jersey Royal potatoes or visit in July for the Jersey Fish Festival.
Reach Jersey by catching a ferry from the south coast of England or from northwest France. Once here, everything is within a 30-minute drive away. Quiet roads allow for easygoing vacations.
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Comfortable apartment, fairly easy walk into St Helier, uphill walk back could be a problem to some. Free parking at apartment is a bonus as parking in town can be difficult when busy. Overall happy with apartment and location.
The staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel was clean. the food was excellent in the hotel and the facilities were superb.
Super hotel in a great location. Central to e verything in St Helier centre. Two minutes walk from the bus station (direct from the airport). You have to go outside and around the corner to visit the hotels adjoined pub, The Wharf but no big deal. We had a nightcap in the lounge bar first night and ...
My husband and I had a fantastic time in your apartment.The apartment was great , wonderful location for buses, restaurants and shops. The apartment was very spacious, spotless , we really appreciated the special touches eg cereals, milk, tea coffee etc
Breakfast was outstanding. A great hotel with excellent facilities, would definitely stay again.