Walking in Jersey is simply good for the soul. You will discover a landscape full of gentle surprises, shifting in a kaleidoscope of colour with each passing season. Blow away the cobwebs with fresh salty air as you drink in the dramatic beauty of Jersey’s coast. Meander along rugged cliff paths carpeted with gorse and wildflowers as the tide laps against the sweeping shoreline below.

Wander through wooded valleys and country lanes to birdsong, or gently amble along the marina to enjoy local food and drink at a seaside pub nestled in a French-style fishing village. As the sinking sun lights up the evening sky, paddle your tired feet in clear local waters when the day is done.

Come and explore this unique island – with no passports required for travellers from the UK and no testing, isolation or travel forms for all visitors, it couldn’t be easier.

Self guided walking routes.

Explore all corners of the island.

From north to south, east to west – Jersey’s landscape changes dramatically within a few kilometres.

Planning a walking holiday in Jersey? Discover our self-guide routes and explore Jersey at your own pace.

Stride out at a walking event in Jersey.

How about a guided walking tour?

Jersey’s local guides will take you on a journey through the history and natural wonders of the island and will tell you the local secrets on hidden paths and in secluded bays. Just bring your hiking boots and a sense of adventure.

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Take the bus.

Explore as much of Jersey as possible.

It may sound like strange advice for walkers, but most of the best trails on the island are easily accessible by bus. Jersey’s LibertyBus routes reach all over the island from Liberation Station in St. Helier. Tickets are available on the bus, at the bus station or at various hotels and guesthouses. Multi-day tickets are available for one, two, three or seven days and allow you to see as much of the island as you like during your stay.

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More ways to enjoy your island break.

A couple walking on the rugged north coast of Jersey
Scenic walking areas.
Cliff paths, forests and reservoirs, stunning beaches and a railway walk. Discover
car driving in front of sand dunes
Getting around.
From rental cars to bicycle hire and the local bus network, there is a means of transport for every visit. Discover
A view of Barge Aground at night - a Jersey Heritage self catering holiday let shaped like a boat that sits right next to St. Ouen
Self-catering stays.
Glamping or camping, a modern apartment, a castle steeped in history, a fort or a villa on the beach. Discover
Cycling in Jersey
Cycling holidays.
Grab a bike and explore the island on two wheels. Discover