This Easter, have an egg-cellent time in Jersey. Enjoy watching the island spring to life as daffodils bloom in hedgerows, bakery doors open with a waft of orange and cinnamon from freshly baked hot cross buns and it’s more than just the local bunnies that have a spring in their step – there’s a buzz islandwide. The Easter holidays really do feel like a time of new beginnings. Restaurants serve up the freshest of spring menus, shops stock their shelves with chocolatey offerings, and the epic spring tides rise and fall freshening up the island’s coastline.

So, grab your Easter basket and get ready for it to be filled with chick-tastic ways to pass the Easter days, creating memories that you’ll be cracking up about all year long.

Abundant local produce.

As an island famed for its exports, the Jersey Royal potato, lobsters, oysters and dairy, which all attribute their unique flavours to the Jersey landscape, it’s unsurprising to hear that there’s lots of other yummy local produce too.

Look out for the catch of the day on spring menus like line caught bass, reeled in by local fishermen and fresh Jersey beetroot and purple sprouting broccoli. You’ll also discover the yellowest of yokes from free-range eggs that ooze with freshness on menus at top brunch spots. Wander Jersey’s markets in St. Helier and beyond to find the freshest of produce.

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Choc-tastic.

When you hear the phrase ‘made in-house by our local chocolatier’ you know you’re on to something good. And that’s exactly what you’ll get if you visit La Mare Wine Estate in St. Mary or Maison La Mare in St. Helier this Easter. With a reputation for producing the island’s largest chocolate egg, as well as lots of other cracking Easter delights, if you’re a chocolate lover then this is one place you really don’t want to miss!

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Where to have your Easter Sunday lunch in Jersey.

Gather your friends and family and book a table for a festive feast.

Step out with a spring in your step.

Enjoy lacing up your walking boots and head out onto Jersey’s north coast cliff-paths. Described as a naturally formed walking equivalent of a rollercoaster, these paths are brimming with signs of spring – if you dare to take them on this Easter.

Look out for new-born lambs steadying their legs as they take their first steps, enjoy the sound of crashing waves below you as the spring tides pound the island’s coastline, and hear the familiar sound of ‘cheers’, as walkers retreat to outdoor pub decks, to enjoy a refreshing drink in the warm spring sunshine.

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Little chicks.

There’s plenty to enjoy with your little ones this Easter, with so many places to host the perfect Easter egg hunt. Why not give yours a salty twist and host it on the beach, bring along a net and enjoy a little rock pool ramble while you’re there too!

Slip on your wellies and head into the woods, Grève de Lecq is home to an abundance of perfect hiding spots to keep your little chicks on their toes! After all that fun exploring, retreat to Le Moulin de Lecq pub on the edge of the woods for a well earned refreshment while the kids take on their playground.

Be the Easter bunny everyone wants to know and create lots of chocolate filled smiles this spring.

Blooming gorgeous.

Is there anything that says Easter more than a field full of daffodils? Their yellow colour is bright and breezy, and they can be spotted island wide. Stood proudly in little jam jars at local coffee shops, popping up in wild hedgerows as you meander through the islands ‘Green Lanes’ and growing in their thousands in the island’s fields. Records show that Daffodils have been grown in Jersey for export since the 1940s – that’s a whole lot of these yellow beauties.