Breakfast at El Tico Beach Cantina
Start your day the right way at El Tico and discover one of Jersey’s best kept secrets. Whether you’re tucking into the El T’s Hearty Healthy Breakie or their famed Yankee Pancakes, you’ll be fuelled and ready to discover the charming western coastline in no time. Whether you are surfing the Atlantic waves with one of the island’s top surf schools or hiking across the various breathtaking cliff paths – El Tico is the perfect base to begin your adventures.
Jersey War Tours
Take a tour with a local expert guides Phil and Kimberly who will give you an experience you will never forget, as they share their passion and knowledge for the islands’ WW2 sites not everyone gets to find out about! You will be led on an epic exploration through historical fortifications, once occupied by the German forces.
Award-winning Jersey Ice Cream
You scream, I scream, we all scream for Jersey Dairy ice cream! Our famous Jersey cows have been making the creamiest, richest and smoothest ice cream in the world since 1763. Fact. 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 exploring as the sun sinks over Corbiere Lighthouse or shared with special someone for a generous scoop of happiness. Best enjoyed anytime really.
Maritime Museum & Occupation Tapestry Gallery
An interactive experience all about the elements, navigation and seafaring where, you are led through an immersive journey of Jersey’s historical nautical background. Situated on the iconic harbour of St. Helier, you will discover songs and stories of the sea, investigate the island’s myths and legends, before deep diving into Jersey’s link to the privateers and pirates that shaped the island’s maritime past. You will also find the award-winning Occupation Tapestry that was woven by islanders to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the liberation. The 13 richly colourful panels of the tapestry depict life and hardship under military rule and were created from the memories and stories of islanders who experienced it first-
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’. For a unique experience, why not go behind the scenes? Prepare a tasty treat for the animals and get the best seat in the house for feeding times. Complete with a keeper talk, you’ll hear personal insights into the lives of the animals from Durrell’s passionate and experienced keepers.
Relax and Unwind at Rozel Pub
Set in the heart of the quaint fishing village of Rozel and at the foot of a beautiful, wooded valley; The Rozel is an old traditional style country pub with a wood-burning stove for those cold winter months and alfresco areas for the warm summers. They offer a large selection of cask conditioned ales, including the award-winning local Liberation Ale, together with a large variety of wines, bottled beers and lagers; you will be spoilt for choice. Boasting exceptional food with great value for money, it is no surprise that this is a hotspot among locals and visitors alike.
Explore on EV bikes
Why not saddle up and set off on a two wheeled EV adventure — a simple, sustainable and affordable way to travel around Jersey’s winding green lanes, and enjoy the many picturesque pitstops along the way. But, before you do, make sure to stop by The Yard to grab yourself an amazing coffee and croissant as you fuel up for a day of discovery.
The National Trust for Jersey Wetland Centre
After an awesome morning on the move, why not head to St. Ouen’s Bay and test your twitching skills at the National Trust for Jersey Wetland Centre. Perfectly situated between the glistening Atlantic Ocean and La Mare au Seigneur nature reserve, the centre acts as both a state-of-the-art bird hide and interpretation centre that offers panoramic views with a range of interactive exhibits.
Wine Tasting & Distillery Tours at La Mare Wine Estate
Enjoy a tasting experience in the heart of Jersey’s countryside! This 20-acre wine estate and 18th century farmhouse isn’t just the UK’s most southerly vineyard producing a range of local wines, it is also a place to pick up gourmet souvenirs and gifts including Jersey Black Butter, Jersey Vodka and chocolate made with local milk. Interested? Why not make a lunch shop at the Estate’s on-site restaurant to try the produce for yourself? You won’t regret it…
Speedboat Photography Tour with Jersey Sea Sport Centre
Rise and shine the right way with a unique opportunity to experience Jersey’s stunning southern coastline as the pros at Jersey Sea Sport lead you on an aquatic adventure across picturesque landscapes and beautiful backdrops as you reconnect and discover the local wildlife. Nature is never far away in Jersey with some rare natural habitats and unique wildlife that are just waiting to be discovered – a true adventurers’ dream.
Self-Guided Walks with Jersey National Park
Embark on a self-guided journey of discovery and get off the beaten
track with Jersey National Park and some of the island’s experts, as
you are taken on an audio adventure across the four corners of our
beautiful island. From picturesque pitstops, stunning scenery and
tasty treats along the way, Jersey National Park offer various
self-guided walks and an array of accompanying podcasts that allow
you to explore all the island has to offer and the history that surrounds it – all at your own pace.
Sunset BBQ in St. Ouen
Live like a local, bask in the golden hour sun and end your day in style with a sunset BBQ at La Saline. Light the coals and cook up some Genuine Jersey produce from John Hackett sausages alongside some Faulkner Fisheries hand dived local scallops or lobster. Relax, sit back, and unwind with a Stinky Bay Ale in hand as the sun slowly sets over the Atlantic and think of all those amazing memories you’ve made on your island break.
Events we think you'll love
The Durrell Challenge
Looking to stay active on your break? Put yourself to the test at the
Durrell Challenge! Start the 13km road race at Victoria Park in St. Helier and bound your way to the finish line at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation. Keep your eyes peeled, if you’re lucky, you might spot a wild Henry Cavill amongst the pack of runners!
The Sunsets Concerts
Venture out to the headlands of St. Ouen to experience of the island’s most iconic events. Pack your picnic essentials, grab a blanket to secure your spot and you’re good to go! The Sunset Concerts welcome islanders far and wide, providing a symphony of acoustic beats – the perfect soundtrack to your island break. The sloping hill-top of Mount Grantez forms a natural amphitheatre, set against the unmatchable backdrops of the sunset across St. Ouen’s bay. Just ask the locals- This is the ultimate Summer event to enjoy Jersey at it’s best.
Jersey Surf & Film Festival
Experience Jersey’s authentic surf scene and through the lens of a local. Immerse yourself in Jersey’s surf culture, grab some fresh food, a local brew (our preference is a Stinky Bay Ale) and kick-back while watching the sunset in St. Ouen’s Bay. And as the sun goes down, watch the works of some of the best surf filmmakers and photographers both on and off island.