Located some 100 miles south of mainland Britain, Jersey is the biggest of the Channel Islands and the most southerly of the British Isles.
In fact, Jersey is much closer to France than Britain, lying just 14 miles from its coast. And at just 9 miles by 5 miles it’s a compact place to explore that manages to cram in the best of land and sea.
Jersey reveals itself slowly as you pass wisteria-clad cottages and traditional granite farmhouses bathed in late summer light.
Discover hidden beaches, lush valleys, tranquil lanes and ragged coastline all basking in the warmest temperatures in Britain.
Explore magnificent castles, fascinating wildlife, adventure parks and hands-on museums that really bring history to life.
That’s not forgetting the capital, St Helier, with its smart, sophisticated shops and vibrant Victorian markets.
You can fly to Jersey from around Britain. From London it’s about a 1 hour flight. If you’d prefer to travel by hire car, you can get a ferry from Poole or Weymouth which takes about 4 hours to reach the island.