About Jersey
Beaches
Beaches

From wild swimming to barefoot paddling in the shallows, on an island with as many beaches as Jersey, it’s easy to get into the water. From wide sandy bays and crystal clear swimming spots to hidden coves and tidal seawater pools, which of our beaches will you choose?

Food & Drink
Food & Drink

As a small island famous for its food, Jersey’s bursting with flavour from abundant local produce to seafood straight from the island’s clear waters. From beach cafes to chic restaurants, farm stalls to village delis, Jersey is packed with amazing eating experiences.

Attractions
Attractions

At just nine miles by five, Jersey’s size makes it easy to fit plenty into your holiday. Will the zip wires at Creepy Valley will get your pulse racing? Or are the endangered animals at Durrell more your style? Or perhaps you'll explore the medieval Mont Orgueil castle?

Heritage
Heritage

Jersey proudly wears the traces of its colourful past. From castles and dolmens to coastal towers and maritime history, the island is full of places to discover. Find out about Jersey’s heritage and visit our landmark castles, museums and visitor attractions.

Shopping
Shopping

Shopping in Jersey doesn’t mean only the standard high street favourites or department stores. We’ve got those too, of course, but venture further and you’ll discover quirky independent shops and local markets to excite your imagination and while away the hours.

Walks
Walks

Whether it's steep cliffs clad in gorse & bracken; green fields and hills rolling down to the coast; sheltered bays and coastal heathlands; or tumbling dunes rich in wildlife in Jersey's Coastal National Park - you'll want to take a walk on the wild side in Jersey!