NB. From 20 October Lateral Flow Tests will no longer be a requirement
Everyone travelling to Jersey, aged 11 or over, is required to complete an online registration form within 48 hours before departure.
As well as the stunning beaches and imposing castles which dominate the coastline, Jersey is packed with hidden treasures just waiting to be discovered, from hidden bays and rocky islets to remote cliff-top ruins and much more. Book your getaway today…
Hidden at high tide, the unique Plemont Bay is tucked away amongst the cliffs on Jersey's North Coast. When the tide goes out, a beautiful sandy cove is revealed with caves and rock pools to explore.
Scuba diving is a fantastic way to explore Jersey's underwater world, which is bursting with marine life and shipwrecks. Bouley Bay dive centre offers high quality PADI scuba instruction for divers of all levels.
Take a guided walk among the oyster and mussel seabeds on Jersey's east coast, and learn about the fascinating history of the fishing industry on the island. The tour is followed by fresh Jersey oyster tasting.
Although some bunkers are almost hidden in plain sight, evidence of the German Occupation during WW2 can be found all over Jersey. Many fortifications have now been transformed into museums and cafés.
Situated just 6 miles off the north-east coast of Jersey, Les Écréhous is a group of extensive rocky islets. Take a day trip to this nature lovers' paradise, where you can spot bottlenose dolphins, seals and shipwrecks.
Discover the ruins of Grosnez Castle, built in the 14th century and located on a picturesque headland. Drive up in the evening to enjoy a spectacular sunset, with a stunning backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean.
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