Day 1

Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga with Windmadness

Start making magical memories in your island break and take to the ocean for an epic session of SUP yoga. Expert instructor, Rebecca Taylor, will lead you on an aquatic adventure before you take stance on your yoga mat aka paddle board.

Find solace and tranquillity as you surround yourself in nature and rejuvenate, ready for everything your island getaway has in store.

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Spend the day at St. Brelade’s Bay

It’s no secret that St. Brelade’s Bay is home to one of the most picturesque spots on the island. From its coastal walking paths, silky golden sands, crystal clear waters and an array of amazing cafés, bars, restaurants, and activities for all.

Whether you stop by St. Brelade’s Bay Hotel for afternoon tea, Oyster Box for some cocktails and crab, or just grab an award-winning ice cream on the go – there truly is something for everyone at the bay.

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Wine and dine at Corbière Phare

Corbière Phare offers unequalled views, accompanied by superb à la carte dining. Corbière Lighthouse dominates a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and often magnificent sunsets.

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.

Wine and dine

Day 2

Rewild and Reconnect with Shinrin-Yoku (Forest Bathing)

Breathe, stretch, and salute the morning sun as you experience Jersey’s exceptional natural landscape. Shinrin-Yoku, or Forest Bathing, is a practice of connection and sensory relaxation that has travelled globally from Japan with Amanda Bond, a certified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide, being the sole practitioner in Jersey.

Designed to slow your whole self down, allowing for deep relaxation and revitalisation – an amazing way to centre yourself and find your chi before embarking on another day of discovery in Jersey.

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Jersey Zoo

Whether you’re after fun, tranquillity, 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’. See the best bits in under two hours or relax and stay a while.

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.

Jersey Zoo

Portelet Bay Café

Located in the picturesque Portelet Bay, this family-run favourite specialises in authentic wood fired pizzas, scrumptious salads, and fresh locally caught fish – depending on the season. Whether you dine indoors or choose to go al fresco, you can do no wrong as you gaze over the panoramic coastline with an ice-cold beer of a crisp glass of rose and watch the world go by.

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Day 3

The 3 Arches

Kickstart your day with coffee, croissants, and toasted ciabatta at The 3 Arches. Located on the iconic Breakwater at St. Catherine, this summer hotspot is a perfect place to get your fill before you embark on a journey around crystal-clear waters that reside off our sunny shores.

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Making memories in Les Miniquiers with Jersey Seafaris

Play ‘spot the dolphin’ on a RIB trip to Les Minquiers or Les Ecréhous; two separate groups of islands just six miles from the coast of Jersey. Groups of ten can charter a RIB and most local RIB providers have several boats at their disposal for group bookings. Explore the untouched archipelagos, marvel at the majestic clear waters, and bask in the rich summer sunshine with a Seafaris trip of a lifetime.

Jersey Seafaris

The Blind Pig & The 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 with a short stroll over to The Blind Pig where you are certain to experience something a little different. You are greeted with an eclectic blend of 1920s décor and a gold trim to match; with an exceptional range of liquors and cocktails, there is a tipple for every taste.

Then head to The Porter’s Store, serving unique cocktails inspired by the stories, characters, and inner workings of the hotelier world – the perfect destination for a nightcap!

Explore Jersey’s Speakeasies

Day 4

Shopping in St. Helier

Shake off the heavy head with a spot of retail therapy – from its boutiques, independent and high street stores, and VAT-Free jewellers; St. Helier is a shopping sensation with something for everyone.

Discover the hidden gems and new neighbourhoods with amazing eateries as you go – why not stop by the Locke’s for exceptional coffee and light bites, or head to Casa Paco in the market for something a little more filling before you hit the cobbled streets once more. With everything within easy walking distance, island-style shopping is perfect for your island getaway.

St. Helier shopping guide

The Trading Point

After exploring the streets of St. Helier, why not head to the countryside and discover a creative hub of local businesses at The Trading Point. Expect a fabulous shopping experience in an iconic building at the heart of the island.

Established by artisans and creatives, The Trading Point provides a unique environment where you will find an array of amazing products, ranging from handmade ceramics to hand-poured candles, bespoke linens to original artwork, and organic skin ranges to home fragrances; and the list goes on.

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Mark Jordan at The Beach

Toast an amazing island break with a gourmet gastro experience at Mark Jordan at The Beach, who proudly boast a Michelin Bib Gourmand for good food and good value for money, along with two AA Rosettes.

Indulge on an extensive à la carte menu that utilises the freshest local produce, with such dishes as their famed 30-hour braised short rib, honey and five spice roasted duck breast, Jersey Mackerel Escabeche, or half a Jersey lobster thermidor; and you can’t forget about their tempting selection of delicious desserts.

Whether you dine inside with its laid-back beach chic vibes, or go al fresco in their all-weather heated terrace, you are greeted with a sensational backdrop over St. Aubin’s Bay as the sun begins to set.

Mark Jordan at The Beach

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