Glamorous Jersey.

Discover the glitzy side of the island break.


Take a glimpse of what Jersey has to offer those looking to add a little sparkle to their island break. Quaff it up in hip local nightspots, enjoy our coastal hotspots, compared to the French Riviera and the Californian coastline. Get the ultimate thrill by indulging in our outdoor adventure scene, be the one everyone wants to know by planning the perfect private party in exclusive locations – and spend big in our inviting high street stores, and let your purse feel the burn!  


Nothing says glitz and glam quite like quaffing back the champagne. Plan your own party at The Drift at The Royal Yacht Hotel. The Drift is a relaxed, yet vibrant bar in the heart of St. Helier. It’s the place to meet, linger or flirt, eat or drink. Don’t miss The Treasure Chest, The Yacht’s iconic sharing cocktail. Be warned, it’s not for the fainthearted.  

Pop your cork


Jersey’s known cure for islanditis? Our beach culture. In Jersey you’re never more than 10 minutes from the sea and with over 30 beaches, you’re spoilt for choice. If you’re driving along Jersey’s west coast, you could be mistaken for thinking you're in California. With miles of sand washed by rolling Atlantic waves, the magnificent St. Ouen’s Bay is a natural playground for surfers and adrenaline seekers and definetly a place to be seen! 

Cure your islanditis


Make the most of Jersey’s tidal landscapes – the third largest in the world. From private charters, high speed rib tripsstand up paddle boarding, jet skiing or why not plan your very own sea-athlon with Absolute Adventures, located on St. Brelade's Bay. There are lots of opportunities to get into and under the water, so come up for air and discover Jersey - an island shaped by the sea. Here are seven ways to explore Jersey’s submerged coastal landscapes. 

Dive in!


If you’re looking to plan a private party with a difference - The Lido at Harve Des Pas offers a beachfront events space on Jersey’s historic promenade. One of the island's most iconic coastal buildings, The Lido sits out on its own man-made island, connected to the shore by a wooden board walk. The art-deco architecture, white and blue colour palate and the 360 degree surrounding of the water makes The Lido a party location that you will never forget. 

Make a splash


Soak up a little culture. The CCA Gallery is housed within a beautiful historic building where you’ll discover rolling exhibitions over four floors, showcasing renowned artists.  Most recently showing the work of housewife Tessa’s husband Sascha Hartman. Why not check out the latest exhibitions? The Gallery is located in the town centre, which gives you the perfect excuse to grab a coffee following your visit. The Yard and Lockes are two of our favourites not to miss.  

Soak it up


Get your adrenaline fix in Jersey with a dose of skydiving. Feel the rush of the wind as you drop to earth at 120mph, and anticipate the opening of the parachute. After an intense free fall lasting for 30 seconds, you gently decelerate to a more sedate rate of descent and take in Jersey’s breath-taking views.  

Go large


Shopping in Jersey isn’t just about shopping. It’s about being able to stroll through the cobbled streets and squares of St. Helier, discovering hidden corners and new neighbourhoods with a mix of local boutiques and high street stores, and then taking a break for coffee beside the marina. With everything within easy walking distance, island-style shopping is perfect for a short break. Pop into Jersey’s department stores Voisins and De Gruchy – favourites of the housewives on the hunt for a new handbag. If you’re looking to add to your jewellery collection, you’re in luck. As a low tax and VAT free island, Jersey is an ideal place to shop. Make sure Rivoli and Hettich are on your hit list.

Feel the burn


In Jersey you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining with a view. From the The Anchor Club, located in the village of St. Aubin’s that enjoys elevated views across St. Aubin’s Bay and the picturesque harbour of St. Aubin, to Quayside Bistro and Grill located in St. Helier with and looks out over the Marina; and Sumas Restaurant, located in the village of Gorey, which enjoys castle and harbour views. All you need to do is bring the perfect dining partner to enjoy it with!

Dine with a view


Book yourself on a champagne and oyster tour and venture into the depths of Seymour Oyster beds, enjoy the crystal-clear waters and experience the wonderful world of oysters. Learn how to cultivate oysters in a scenic environment on one of the most extensive tidal ranges in the world. All served with a side of bubbly!

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