• Le Saut Geffroy (Jeffrey's Leap)

    St Catherine’s

    St Catherine stretches from the breakwater a mile (1.6 kms) or so south along the east coast, taking in a number of rocky coves which are popular picnic spots. When the tide goes out, they are all joined by a stretch of flat, wet sand, but at most stages of the tide bathing is from…
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  • St Helier Harbour and St Aubin's Bay

    Living and Working in Jersey?

      Jersey has always been a beautiful, unique and very desirable place to live and work and we have a set of perceptions that many people share about what Jersey is like. Safe, secure, beautiful, great beaches, a little old fashioned, off shore, Jersey Royals, wealthy, a bit inward looking. A whole mix of the…
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  • Sunset at Gronez Castle

    Sunset at Grosnez Castle

      Grosnez Castle is a ruined 14th century castle on a headland on the northwest coast of Jersey, situated in Grosnez (St Ouen),  thought to have been built around 1330 on the orders of Sir John des Roches and was used as a refuge during constant French attacks on the Island. The walls were built from the…
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  • Jersey - St Brelade's Bay

    St Brelade’s Bay

      St Brelade’s Bay is one of the most picturesque bays in the island with its tiny jetty and seaside parish church at the western end.  The bay is very sheltered from everything but onshore breezes. Soft, golden sand stretches the entire length of the beach. The bay is probably Jersey’s most popular resort beach,…
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  • Jersey - St Aubins Harbour

    St Aubin’s Harbour

      St Aubin’s Harbour The picturesque town and harbour village of St Aubin,  originally a fishing village is set at the western end of St Aubin’s Bay, across the bay stands St Helier and Elisabeth Castle. St Aubin was a busy port at least as far back as the 16th century, with its own harbour…
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  • Sunset at La Corbière

    Sunset at La Corbière

      La Corbière is the extreme south-western point of Jersey in St Brelade. The rocks and extreme tidal variation around this stretch of Jersey’s coast can be extremely treacherous for navigation. La Corbière lighthouse was designed by Sir John Coode and was completed and first lit in April 1874 for the first time. It was…
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  • Gorey and Mont Orgueil Castle

    Share your Stories and Experiences.

      Jersey is an island of opposites. Adrenalin fuelled activities, long lazy afternoons. City life, leafy country lanes. French road names, English language. With its unspoiled landscape and unique blend of British and French influences, Jersey really is a place where you can get away from it all. Relax and enjoy the famed hospitality of…
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Aug
27

Living and Working in Jersey?

St Helier Harbour and St Aubin's Bay

  Jersey has always been a beautiful, unique and very desirable place to live and work and we have a set of perceptions that many people share about what Jersey is like. Safe, secure, beautiful, great beaches, a little old fashioned, off shore, Jersey Royals, wealthy, a bit inward looking. A whole mix of the…
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Aug
10

Share your Stories and Experiences.

Gorey and Mont Orgueil Castle

  Jersey is an island of opposites. Adrenalin fuelled activities, long lazy afternoons. City life, leafy country lanes. French road names, English language. With its unspoiled landscape and unique blend of British and French influences, Jersey really is a place where you can get away from it all. Relax and enjoy the famed hospitality of…
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Nov
20

Victoria Pool

Elizabeth Castle - Victoria Pool

  The Jersey Marine Lake at West Park, St Helier, was reopened on the 18 July 2014 after decades of neglect. It originally opened in 1897, the year of Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee. Set opposite the Grand Jersey in St Aubin’s Bay, the Victoria pool is a tidal marine pool. There is a large sandy…
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Nov
18

St Ouen’s – Le Braye

Le Braye - St Ouen's Bay

St Ouen’s is the longest beach in Jersey, spanning nearly the full length of the island’s west coast. It’s locally referred to as ‘the five mile road’ for obvious reasons. Most Jersey residents and many visitors consider St Ouen’s beach the best of its kind. Miles of beautiful sandy beach, washed twice daily by the…
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Nov
16

St Brelade’s Bay

St Brelade's at low tide

One of the most picturesque bays in the island. Set in a beautiful location, St Brelade’s Bay is Jersey’s busiest resort beach with its tiny jetty and seaside parish church at the western end. South facing, the beach enjoys a long day when the sun shines, although the western end becomes shaded in late afternoon.…
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Nov
14

St Aubin’s Bay

Elizabeth Castle

Jersey’s south coast is dominated by big, beautiful St Aubin’s Bay. St Aubin’s Bay covers the central part of Jersey’s south coast and has a long sweep of unbroken sandy beach and a three mile sea wall and promenade from St Helier Harbour to St Aubin’s Harbour. Only the highest of tides cover all of…
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Nov
12

Rozel Bay

Rozel Harbour - St Martin

Rozel is a small fishing port nestling in a cove, sheltered by a wooded hillside. Rozel is an enchanting bay, situated in the north east corner of the island, more famous for its selection of superb restaurants than its beach. But when the tide falls, a limited expanse of lovely white sand is exposed and…
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