Sea Foraging & Oyster Trail

Grouville

Tour

£20 - £40

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About

In the past, Jersey folk called it low water fishing. Today it's called foraging. Whatever the name, join us on a marine wild food foray as we stroll down to the largest oyster beds in the British Isles. We'll reveal what you can forage from the sea and share stories of the 19th century oyster fishing, Jersey's gold rush. Finish the walk with a taste of the sea, sample six natural or grilled Jersey Oysters and a glass of wine or beer at Seymour Pub & Restaurant. Book online via our website.

Category

Active
Food & Drink
Foodie
Heritage and Culture
Outdoor

Location

Meeting point advised when you book.
Duration: 3 hours. Distance: 1 mile. Easy terrain with frequent stops to explore.
Wellington boots supplied.

Address

The meeting point is confirmed when you book
Jersey
JE2 6FW
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Dates & Times

Date-Option2

12 September 2021 15:45 to 17:45

Date-Option2

19 September 2021 12:00 to 15:00

Date-Option2

10 October 2021 15:00 to 17:30

Date-Option2

17 October 2021 11:00 to 13:30

Bus Routes

Route 1: Liberation Station - Gorey Pier
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