Start the Day at Le Braye Cafe
Tee off your island escape by heading to an island institution serving up seasonal flavours, amazing all-day dining and prolific views across the bay of St. Ouen and beyond. From the Lifesaver (for Veggie Lifesaver) Breakfast to Huevos Rancheros; Fluffy American Pancakes to delectable homemade cakes and desserts – you can’t go wrong at Le Braye Cafe. Either dine indoors with it’s beach-chic decor or go al fresco on the large terrance and soak up that morning sun as you breathe in the salty sea air. Refuel and rejuvenate before heading off for a day on the fairways (or bunkers – we’ve all been there).
Les Ormes Golf Course
Boosting exceptional panoramic views across the Atlantic Ocean, this 9-hole course offers the perfect venue for golfers of all abilities looking to unwind and find their swing. Les Ormes prize themselves on offering a warm welcome to all guests, which is complemented by outstanding golf. Offering ‘Pay and Play’ Memberships year-round, this all-season course allows every golfer the opportunity to take to the turf at an affordable price point. Be sure to play earlier in the day to avoid busiest tee times. If you wanted to purchase some new golf gear, you will find a fantastic pro-shop on the Les Ormes Resort for all your golfing needs.
Longueville Golf Range
Shake out those nerves before you head out to the course at Jersey’s premier golf range; offering 20 floodlit bays with automatic ball dispensers, full distance TaylorMade balls, TopTracer technology and a café on site that have got you covered when it comes to fuelling up. The range also offers 7 fully qualified and experienced PGA Professionals that you can book a session with.
The Royal Jersey Golf Club
Idyllically located by the Royal Bay of Grouville, The Royal Jersey Golf Club has been part of island life for over 140 years. Widely renowned as one of the best courses in the Channel Islands, this exceptional private course with a Par-70 boasts narrow fairways, bunkers aplenty and stretches over 70 acres. This links course is better suited to the more experienced golfer, with twists, turns and challenges across each hole. Experience the course that world famous golfers Harry Vardon and Ted Ray once walked as you soak up the sublime views across the south-east coast.
It is important to note that there is a strict club dress code and non-members are welcome to play on Tuesday to Friday after 12:00pm and after 12:30pm at weekends. Book early to avoid disappointment.
The Moorings Hotel & Restaurant
Round off your day by the bay and indulge yourself with good food, good views and good company! Known for its gourmet food with global inspiration and produce-led menus with a seasonal focus; the professionals at The Moorings provide the freshest, locally sourced produce possible – and this is reflected in the quality of food that is consistently produced. Be sure to dive into their roast butternut squash veloute and the 32-day aged Jersey X Angus beef fillet. Offering an assortment of tasty tucker and delicious drinks, you will be spoilt for choice when browsing The Moorings menu.
Jersey Zoo was launched as the first ever conservation-themed zoo; now over 60 years later, Gerald Durrell’s animal haven is the natural place to discover some of the world’s most incredible creatures. Whether you’re after fun, tranquility, knowledge or a place to soak up the sunshine, this stunning 32-acre park with valleys, woodland and some of the world’s rarest animals is the perfect chance to experience ‘the jewel in Jersey’s crown’. Relax and stay a while or see the best bits in under two hours.
La Moye Golf Club
Perched on top of the serene Les Blanches Banques sand dunes, with endless views across the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding islands, this 18-hole Championship course is an avid golfers delight. Set over 6500+ yards, this par-72 course allows golfers of all abilities to test their game. Not only offering spectacular golfing conditions, but the epic views on each hole truly make this experience one you will never forget. Established in 1902, La Moye Golf Club previously hosted the PGA European Tour, with such notable winners including Tony Jacklin, Ian Woosnam and Sandy Lyle.
It is important to note that all visitors must have a recognised Handicap Index and comply with the clubs dress code. Contacting the course ahead of time is recommended.
Award-winning Jersey Ice Cream
After a superb round on the course, indulge on the creamiest, richest and smoothest ice cream in the world since 1763. It is probably the reason why Jersey Dairy ice cream is just too good to pass up. Best enjoyed with the sand between your toes, or as a sweet treat after a hard day’s golf.
Wine & Dine at Corbiere Phare
After shooting a superb round, head over to the 19th hole at Corbiere Phare who offer unequalled views, magnificent sunsets accompanied by a divine a la carte dining. WIth a view to dine for, the Head Chef has devised a unique blend of classic dishes, using only the very best local, seasonal vegetables, fish and meats, with French and European overtones. From their famed Pan Seared Sea Bass to the Roast Parsnip and Broccoli Burger, you will not be disappointed.
Les Mielles Golf & Country Club
Ideally situated in the heart of the Jersey National Park on the west coast, this 18-hole Championship course offers both members and visitors a high standard of golf and breathtaking backdrops that will keep you wanting more. The course boasts lots of water, plenty of hazards and good balance of hole lengths and shapes, that makes Les Mielles a challenging but highly enjoyable course to play.
You will find everything you need at Les Mielles, from their PGA professional instructors, practice areas, Jon’s Pro Shop, club, cart, and buggy hire, along with a restaurant and bar for all your refreshment needs.
Foraging Tour & Bohemia Tasting
Discover some of Jersey’s diverse gastronomic delights as you embark on an unforgettable experience with Kazz of Wild Adventures and Bohemia. You will be whisked away by luxury transfer to the island’s wild west coast where you will either be foraging for herbs and mushrooms inland or for seaweeds and shellfish. Once your forage has come to an end, your luxury transfer will be waiting to take you and your goodies back to Michelin starred Bohemia Restaurant where your ingredients will be incorporated into a delicious 7 course Tasting Menu.
The Watchmaker, The Blind Pig & Porter's Store
Sample some of Jersey’s most unique hideaways and prohibition style speakeasy bars as you head into Jersey’s town centre for a night on the cobbled stones. Start your night at The Watchmaker, located in an 18th century building located in the beating heart of St Helier’s historic underbelly; known for their inventive cocktails, charcuterie and sharing boards. From there, take a short stroll over to The Blind Pig where you are certain to experience something a little different. You are greeted with eclectic blend of 1920s decor and a gold trim to match; with an exceptional range of liquors and cocktails, there is a tipple for every taste. Round off an epic evening at The Porter’s Store, serving eclectic cocktails inspired by the stories, characters and inner workings of the hotelier world – the perfect destination for a nightcap!