The Jersey National Park provides visitors with a unique opportunity to enjoy a coastal environment steeped in history, rich in agricultural and natural diversity and bustling with activities that appeal to every interest and age group. Miles of unspoiled beaches and headlands, a number of excellent restaurants and eating places plus a wide choice of recreational activities constantly ensure boundless opportunities and untold benefits, all reached within minutes of each other.
Jersey National Park Map
The Jersey National Park extends over an area of approximately 30 miles (48km) of Jersey's coastline, Les Écréhous, Les Minquiers and Pierres de Lecq or Paternosters. Here is a downloadable map of things to explore, places to eat and activities to enjoy in and around the Jersey National Park.
Events & Tours in the Jersey National Park
The Jersey National Park is home to a whole host of events and tours both on land and sea. Enjoy music, food, cinema, and history or take part in one of the many sporting challenges throughout the year.
Accommodation in the Jersey National Park
Dreaming of 5 stars or sleeping under the stars? Choose to wake up under canvas, in a holiday home, hotel or historic tower. You will find the perfect place in the Jersey National Park whether you are a couple, family or large group.
Activities in the Jersey National Park
The Jersey National Park is home to miles of unspoilt beaches, bays, cliff paths and headlands. Get your adrenalin pumping or just relax and unwind.
Food in the Jersey National Park
Eat, drink, play, repeat. Fancy a beer and a burger or are you craving champagne and oysters? Check out the wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars the Jersey National Park has to offer, or in the Summer months cook your own and barbeque on the beach. Dress up or dress down, there is a place for you to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Walks in the Jersey National Park
If you have time on your hands, the Island at your feet and leisure on your mind, here are some simple ideas for a wonderful day out in the Jersey National Park.
Explore Jersey's Archipelago
Just fifteen minutes from Jersey, a short ride in a RIB, explore Les Ecréhous and Les Minquiers, miles of reefs, sandbanks and rocky islands revealed at low tide. Spanning an area of sixteen kilometres by eleven kilometres, the area is home to seabirds, oyster catchers, cormorants and curlews - as well as bottlenose dolphins and grey seals.