Jersey. Curiously Brit…(ish)
Welcome to the curiously Brit…(ish) island of Jersey. A place that’s familiar, yet ever so slightly exotic. Jump on a short flight from over 20 UK airports, or hop on the ferry, and you could be here in time for golden hour in the sunniest spot in the British Isles. Jersey’s not quite British, we’re Brit…(ish). A place where you’ll feel you’re truly on holiday.
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3 night stay with special curiously Brit...(ish) welcome box
Liberty Wharf Apartments
Available: 1st Sep 2023 ‐ 28th Dec 2023
WIN a curiously Brit…(ish) break to Jersey.
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How to get to Jersey.
Jersey’s just a hop, skip and a jump away. With over 20 departure points from the UK and Ireland, getting to Jersey is easy. Fly here in around an hour or jump aboard a ferry for an escape that’s bursting with character and a continental twist.
Jersey War Tunnels tells the true story of wartime Jersey in a way that no other visitor attraction does. It’s the best place to get a true picture of what life was really like in Jersey during WWII. The exhibition is housed within an underground tunnel complex, built by the Germans using slave labour.
Located in one of Jersey's most picturesque valleys, Le Moulin de Quétivel is the only surviving working watermill in the island. Surrounded by water meadows, a visit to the mill will give you a fascinating insight into Jersey's agricultural and industrial heritage.
Located by the historic harbour of St. Helier, the Maritime Museum is all about seafaring, navigation and the elements. Also on-site, you'll find the Occupation Tapestry Gallery, an award-winning Occupation Tapestry that was woven by islanders to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the liberation.
Mont Orgueil Castle, or Gorey Castle, has cast its imposing shadow over the beautiful fishing port of Gorey for more than 800 years. One of the finest examples of a medieval fortress in existence, Mont Orgueil is also a symbol of Jersey’s national identity and independent character.
Housed in a beautiful and historic building, the gallery offers stunning exhibition space spanning four floors and showcasing the best of local and contemporary British art, and is proud to present various original and limited edition prints, sculptures and paintings. Open every business working day, and Saturday by appointment only.
A modern exhibition space, Infiniti is a unique concept store showcasing not only the finest diamonds and watches but also international art. Infiniti's team is experienced in all areas of their industry and work to ensure that excitement is a key factor of their service offering.
Jersey Arts Centre exists to foster the development and celebration of the arts island-wide and beyond. To enrich the quality of life for all residents and visitors. To encourage participation in the performing, visual and literary arts. To educate, inspire and to encourage debate.
Pêtchi is a wood-fired grill restaurant and wine bar inspired by the seascapes of the Channel Islands with a nod towards the Basque Country. It’s all about the heady joy of a good meal that draws on our reverence for the produce of our land and sea.
Nestled in the heart of St. Brelade's Bay, Oyster Box combines glorious sea views with chic-casual dining. The eclectic menu features the finest local seafood, fresh meat, vegan and vegetarian dishes. Soak up the sun on the terrace on a summer evening, or enjoy a cosy winter escape on a crisp winter's night.
Archirondel's pretty pebbly beach is home to this popular beach café with views of the Martello Tower the sprawling French coast. Tucked away down a small road and opening onto Archirondel Beach on Jersey's east coast, this café is a true summer favourite for locals and island visitors.
A boutique restaurant located on the east of the island overlooking Mont Orgueil Castle and the picturesque harbour of Gorey. Casual fine dining with seasonally changing menus, plenty of local shellfish and seafood on offer, as well as meat and vegetarian options. Fruits de mer platters will be available during the summer months.
An exceptional award-winning luxury dining restaurant, showcasing modern British cooking in a stylish setting with the emphasis on the freshest island produce. Working with a network of Jersey producers, the best local ingredients are sourced whenever possible.
Enter a world where the ocean disappears to the horizon, and we are all visitors. Explore rock pools on a guided walk into Europe's largest rocky inter-tidal zone. Walks to Seymour Tower are also called “moonwalks”. Discover Jersey's wilderness with local guides who have explored this wonderful coast for many years.
Based by Les Quennevais Sports Centre, we are pleased to welcome you to Jersey’s first inclusive cycling centre. We have a range of adapted cycles that allow adults and children with disabilities or mobility issues, to enjoy riding in a safe, outdoor space. Sessions are inclusive for disabled people and their families, carers or friends to enjoy.
Jersey Uncovered is a team of registered, qualified Blue Badge Guides who provide bespoke and group tours of the island by coach, car, foot, bike or kayak. Each of the members have different specialities and can tailor their tours to meet individual needs. The one thing we all have in common is a passion for the wonderful island we call home.
Explore JERSEY by ⚡️ Electric Bike ⚡️ and let the adventures begin! We are proud to offer the best quality e-bikes on the island to provide you with a wonderful experience that you will remember for years to come. Book online today!
Lakeys Bike Hire Jersey has a great range of bicycles, suitable for the entire family. Our top-quality hybrid and E-Bikes, enable you to explore Jersey's rugged countryside, secluded beaches, and hidden gems. We are conveniently located just a short walk from St Helier's Ferry Terminal and Bus Station.
We aim to deliver a tour, which offers you the best chance to see the birds and wildlife of the island. We feel it is important to have fun in the process and our tours therefore operate in a relaxed atmosphere. We cater for all levels of birding ability, identifying by both sight and sound.
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