History & heritage
Battery Lothringen was the only German Naval batterie in Jersey. In the 90's the CI Occupation Society recovered one of the batteries gun barrels, which were thrown off the cliffs at the end of the war and this is on display in Gun emplacement Number One. The area provides a good few hours of exploration so, give yourselves time to see everything.
The Battery had four 15cm SKL/45 guns that were installed on elevated platforms. Starting from the Gun number One you can follow a series of paths around the site and explore many of the open bunkers. When you reach the south cliff side, you will find the MP-1 Naval Artillery Direction and Range-finding Tower and the top of the M-132 Underground Command Bunker.
We are open all year round.
- Family friendly
- Wheelchair access
The site has partial wheelchair access to exterior fortifications. There is also parking on site.
- Partial wheelchair access
- Partially suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
Le Chemin de Noirmont