News

Discover the latest news and updates from the island break. Please keep us up to date with your industry updates and drop us a line at press@visitjersey.je. From new hotel openings, refurbishments and quirky accommodation stories, new restaurant and nightlife openings and examples of trends from eating and drinking to shopping and wellness, we're keen to share your story.  Download previous issues of the Visit Jersey industry e-news here.

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Premier Holidays Celebrates 40 Years of Channel Island

​​​​​​​Operator releases 2019 brochure, agent competition and autumn campaign to mark milestone.

Growth in Overnight Holiday visitors in July

Growth in Overnight Holiday visitors in July makes up for fewer Business and Holiday Day-Trippers. We are pleased to share visitor data to the end of July 2018.

Visit Jersey Board Appointments

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Amanda Wilmott and Patrick Burke to our board.

Accessible Tourism Workshop Speaker Update

Accessible tourism is one of the most under-serviced sectors in travel, yet the latest research shows it has the potential to drive significant business growth for operators that understand the market. With recent changes in legislation ensure that your tourism business attends Visit Jersey’s Accessible Tourism Workshop

Digital Tourism Think Tank Campus arrives in #theislandbreak

Visit Jersey and Events Jersey are delighted to welcome the Digital Tourism Think Tank Campus to Jersey on 20-21 September 2018.

Go Wild Gorillas Launch

On Thursday 6 September 2018 Durrell launched Go Wild Gorillas. In partnership with Wild in Art, the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust will organise an exciting world-class sculpture trail around Jersey to celebrate their 60th Anniversary in 2019.

Countdown to RBC Super League Triathlon Jersey 2018

With only 30 days to go until RBC Super League Jersey 2018, #theislandbreak is gearing up to welcome back the global event.

Half Year Exit Survey Results to June 2018

A mixed picture but with reasons to be optimistic. Our visitors contributed £107m to Jersey’s economy, up 9% on Jan-June 2017.