A small island with an intriguing blend of English and French influences, Jersey’s closer to France’s Normandy coast than to the UK. An escape to the island blends familiar English environments with a dash of European flair to create a unique experience of rich countryside and breathtaking coastal views, sweeping beaches and hidden-away bays.
At nine miles by five, Jersey’s the largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands, and easily reachable by air and sea. The island enjoys excellent connectivity to our most important source market, the UK. Fly to Jersey from numerous UK airports in around an hour, or by ferry. With over 40 departure points to Jersey across the British Isles and 12 flights a day from London airports, visitors can discover the island break by air or jump on the ferry with a car. Over recent years the route network has grown with the addition of easyJet routes from London, now Gatwick, Luton and Southend, as well as Liverpool, Glasgow and Belfast.
Understanding how easy it is for visitors from different areas to reach Jersey is important, but so too, is good consumer insight into the likelihood they they will actually consider a visit. The best levels of consideration for a future visit to Jersey are at the strongest in London and the South of England and gradually diminishes for those who reside in areas further north and west.