Holidays To Jersey

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Belonging to the ancient Duchy of Normandy, the island of Jersey is the largest of the British Channel Islands and represents the last remnants of the medieval Dukedom of Normandy which at one time dominated both France and England. The island has many sights and sounds that any traveller on holiday to Jersey will enjoy. Jersey is considered to be warmest of the British Isles and this favourable climate combined with the enormous selection of beaches around the island makes it a very popular place to visit all year round. Other popular attractions in Jersey include AquaSplash, Cineworld cinema multiplex, Jersey Bowl and Reg's Garden. The Durrell Wildlife Park is considered to be one of the most popular attractions here and plays a crucial part in the region’s nature conservation efforts. Visitors on holiday in Jersey will also enjoy sightseeing on the Le Petit Train departing from Liberation Square at St. Helier while travellers can also visit the scenic Lavender Farm or even enjoy some wine tasting at the La Mare Wine Estate. Book your next all-inclusive holiday packages via Travel Center and enjoy your holiday to Jersey with our low cost flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking facilities. We at Travel Center will ensure that your holiday to Jersey is an absolutely unforgettable one!

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Time Zone

UTC +0:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Flybe, Monarch, Air France

Languages

English, French

Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Bus, Car, Ferry, Walking

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Durell Wildlife Park

This park began as the first ever conservation themed zoo and is one of the most natural places to see amazing creatures. The park is 32 acres and has wetland valleys, open greens and mature woodlands and is a sanctuary to some of the world’s most threatened animals. Meet a gentle gorilla family, Sumatran orangutans, reptiles, amphibians and birds of all shapes, sizes and colours.

Jersey War Tunnels

These tunnels are one of the most popular tourist attractions and tell the story of the occupation of Jersey in World War 2. It is an important site of heritage and conservation. The tunnel complex now hosts a series of galleries exhibiting occupation history. The tunnels took three and a half years to build and most of the work was done by forced and slave labourers from all over Europe.

Mont Orguiel Castle

This castle protected Jersey against French invasion for over 600 years. Its network of staircases, towers and secret rooms are perfect for exploring. The Dance of Death, Witches in Hell, Prayer Nuts and list of soldiers garrisoned here in the 15th century are some of the things that can be seen here.

Elizabeth Castle

This is yet another castle that has served as a defense for more than 300 years. Built on a rocky islet in St. Aubins Bay, it can be reached by foot at low tide or by the castle ferry at high tide. The work to construct it began in the 1590’s and was home to Sir Walter Raleigh. There are also exhibitions that explain the role of the castle in Jersey’s history.

Jersey Lavender Farm

This is a working lavender farm where you will be able to experience the gardens and lavender fields. Here you can watch and learn how lavender oil is extracted and how essential oils are distilled. It is a family run farm that was first started in 1983 by the current owners parents. You can visit the farm and enjoy homemade food at the Sprigs Café.

La Mare Wine Estate

Set in an 18th century granite farmhouse, the La Mare Wine Estate produces wines, jersey apple brandy, apple brandy cream liquer, choclates, handmade fudge, biscuits and jersey black butter preserve. The vinyards, orchards and beautiful gardens provide the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing stroll. There is also The Vineyard Restaurant and Terrace where you can enjoy a meal.

Noirmont Command Bunker

This well preserved Germen command bunker controlled the coastal artillery from 1944 – 1945. Two of the floors contain displays and exhibits and also includes a 11 minute DVD guided tour of the batterie. The bunker has now been restored and gives a unique insight into the scale and thoroughness of Germen military engineering.

Fish n Beads

At Fish N Beads you can create your own jewellery in a relaxed setting by the sea, a perfect spot for the family. Local artists sell driftwood art and funky jewellery here as well. Both kids and adults will love the activities provided here. Fish N Beads is located in St. Brelades Bay.

St. Matthew’s Glass Church

Created by Rene Lalique in 1934, most of the items in this church are made of glass which is how it got its name. The glass used here is not the usual stained glass that you find in most churches, but the moulded white glass that was formulated and used by Lalique to make most of the furniture. Wood and stone are also present in the design of this church but only to complement the glass.

Grosnez Castle

This ruin dates back to the 14th century and was built as a place of refuge. To the south of the castle is Le Pinacle, a 200ft rock which was an object of worship and ceremonial site for thousands of years. The best views can be experienced from the platform of the automated signal station.