Coverage has run in this week’s issue of Hello Magazine (circ. 230,940), following a trip to Jersey last year by Deborah Castle.
The feature titled “Revitalising Retreats” includes nine destinations that will help people re-boot, re-energise and de-stress. The section featuring Jersey (page 6) is very positive and talks to The Drift Retreat about all it has to offer.
Healthy Food Guide
Following a visit in September, as part of the Tenderstem activity, coverage has landed in the January edition of the magazine. The feature titled ‘Healthy time out’ gives a round-up of leisure ideas, with Jersey taking the top spot!
“Healthy Food Guide brings together a mix of recipes, health features and fitness plans. They aim to help readers make positive yet realistic changes that will reap long-term benefits. The magazine is read by a broad demographic comprising of the health and fitness conscious, and is read by 403,000 people each month.”
Healthy Food Guide
The Sun Online
Danny visited the island break in October with his partner, Isla and focused his trip around discovering the best places to eat, drink and play on the island as the winter months draw in. He published the following article in November:
A visit from Christopher Somerville in 2016 continues to deliver great walking content for the island break in The Times. In this segment, he chooses to feature Rozel to Bonne Nuit - one of the toughest walking sections on Jersey’s north coast!
The Telegraph – Travel | Destinations
We were delighted to welcome Antonia Windsor back to the island in 2017, an island break ambassador who has secured numerous commissions for Jersey in various key titles. This includes the travel section of The Telegraph where she has spent time in many of the islands' hotels adding continuously to this now very comprehensive guide of Jersey’s accommodation offerings.
Exclusively British Magazine
Feels like a long time ago now, but we thought we’d share some coverage that was generated following our proactive Christmas outreach, showcasing all visitors can expect to experience during an island break over the festive period.
Jo and her family visited during the October half-term and shared this great blog post:
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This was Phil Clarke’s second visit to the island break, after visiting to write an article for the Evening Standard in 2016.
In 2017 he visited again, in his new role as Travel Editor at the Handbook - a lifestyle website read mainly by women aged 25-35 years in London, focusing on food, drink, travel and lifestyle, which sends a daily email to just shy of 100,000 Londoners.
The piece Phil shared landed in November and positions Jersey against many other UK popular winter getaway destinations.
The Crowded Planet
Visiting in November, Margherita and Nick came to the island break keen to explore hiking opportunities Jersey had to offer. They discovered not only did Jersey have great walks, but lots of other great things to enjoy too! Which they rounded-up into their blog post: 20 Things to do in Jersey, Channel Islands
Mondo Mulia is a travel, food and photography blogger with 20,000 monthly page views and 57,600 followers on Instagram. She loves brunch and baking, which are frequently featured on her blog and Instagram. She visited Jersey looking for beautiful, delicious food and was keen to experience restaurants showcasing local produce. She visited in September and shared the following blog post and Youtube Video:
The island proved a popular destination in 2017 for French travel bloggers we met during the Salon des Bloggeurs de Voyage event in April, in St. Malo. We welcomed many of them to Jersey throughout the year and here's a round-up of some of the winter blog posts that have been generated about #lebreakinsulaire:
Playing the world
Pierre-Jean visited in July on his moto-bike and he shared his experience during his time in Jersey, back in September. He has now published a second post sharing details of some of Jersey’s motoring attractions:
French digital and lifestyle magazine, Nomades Magazine returned to the island in 2017. Natacha and Mathieu from the publication enjoy meeting unusual characters and presenting their portraits in the magazine to invite their readers to meet people coming from different backgrounds through their work, their passion or their story.
They choose to focus on telling the stories of three local characters which they discovered researching Jersey - Eleanor Lister, our rock climbing ambassador, Sally Minty-Gravett the cross-channel swimmer and Joe Davies, from Little Joes Surf School.