Start your island adventure and meet some true local icons at Woodlands Farm! With their golden colouring and dark-eyed good looks. Jersey cows will be a familiar sight if you’re exploring the island but at Woodlands Farm, you can get up close and personal with the lovely ladies.
A working dairy farm nestled in the heart of Jersey, Woodlands Farm opens its courtyard where locals and visitors alike gather to see the butchers at work and you can purchase some marvellous meats. Feeling peckish? Why not stop off at the Potato Shack, serving amazing local and seasonal dishes – from sourdough to Shack-Shuka, Woodlands have that hunger covered.
Tour operators can organise for groups to meet the farmer, learn about local farming and what makes the Jersey cow so special.
Château La Chaire
Continue the celebration of the Jersey cow with a classic afternoon tea with lashings of Jersey Cream. Get away from it all the moment you arrive at Château La Chaire, a Grade II listed country house.
Enjoy the lighter option of a cream tea or go for the impressive meander down to Rozel Bay, a fishing port sheltered by green rolling hills and dinky cafés. Low tide reveals a small expanse of beautiful white sand with tiny fishing boats stranded on its banks.
Star-studded Dining at Bohemia
Embark on a culinary extravaganza at Jersey’s only Michelin star restaurant, Bohemia. A swish, boutique restaurant and bar offering artistic gastronomy in an elegant, art deco-inspired space that celebrates the islands freshest produce with meticulous attention to detail.
The 5 AA Rosette Bohemia is gourmet gold dust and guaranteed to raise a smile with local delicacies like slow cooked turbot and Jersey oysters.
Reserve the chef’s table for a truly immersive experience of a Michelin starred kitchen.
Explore Central Beresford Street Markets
Discover one of Jersey’s iconic markets, located in a Grade 1-listed building – an outstanding example of a Victorian open market and one of the oldest markets in existence steeped in history and culture.
Beaming with activity, full of colours and smells, and home to a wide range of local produce, crafts, goods and services from Rococo, Flotsam and Jetsam, Little Wren and more. Inside you will find an assortment of amazing seasonal eats from Casa Paco, La Bouche and Relish. The Central & Beresford Street Markets is a must-visit spot on the island.
If fish is more your fancy, why not head over the road to The Fish Market where you will find an abundance of the freshest fish, sustainably caught on our shores daily.
Distillery experiences with The Channel Islands Liquor Co.
Raise a toast with a tipple tour at The Channel Islands Liquor Co, where the experts will lead you on a tasting spectacle around their beautiful sail loft distillery. They’ll demonstrate what makes them stand out from the crowd with their amazing small batch gins and rums that are distilled locally.
You will be walked through the different styles, the history and the flavour profiles of each spirit; tasting every step of the way, so you truly discover what flavours are perfect for your palate.
End another day on your island getaway at Number 10, a local institution synonymous with divine and decadent culinary experiences. Brought to you by local chef Joseph Baker, a successful ‘Great British Menu’ competitor, Number 10 offer their take on modern British and European food with a focus on utilising the very best seasonal and local produce that is treated with care and imagination.
If you want your tastebuds tantalised, Joseph Baker and his team at Number 10 will go above and beyond your expectations to provide a magnificent gastronomy experience that will blow you away.
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 of discovery around the crystal-clear waters that reside off our sunny shores.
Making memories with Jersey Seafaris
Play ‘spot the dolphin’ on a RIB boat trip to Les Minquiers or Les Ecréhous; two separate groups of islands just six miles from the coast of Jersey. Book onto a scheduled trip or groups can charter a RIB boat 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.
Why not pre-order a luxury picnic package with the Jersey Grazing Company or Binney & Boarder, both offering an assortment of bountiful bites, tasty treats and scrumptious local seafood.
Project 52, The Bling 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 your night at Project 52, an Orwellian-inspired drinking establishment, discreetly 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 Bling Pig where you are certain to experience something a little different. You are greeted with an eclectic blend of 1920’s décor 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!
Discover our curiously Brit…(ish) island with zero emissions. Easily embark on an epic road trip and explore the east coast’s winding green lanes and vast coastal landscape on an electric bike.
Simply download Evie’s Freebike app and register. Find an available bike near you using the map in Evie’s Freebike app and scan the QR code on the battery beneath the seat and press ‘Rent Bike’ in the app.
Stop off at Gorey Harbour, grab a coffee to go from Seahorse Coffee Co. and bask in the natural beauty that surrounds the Royal Bay of Grouville before heading further down the coast to Seymour.
Explore the shore with a Champagne & Oyster Tour
Venture into the depths of Seymour Oyster beds, enjoy crystal-clear waters and experience the wonderful world of oysters, as you gaze out to the French coastline.
Sample some of the world’s finest shellfish, accompanied with a glass of bubbles, as you wonder through a magical environment with the amazing team at Seymour Oyster.
Learn how to cultivate oysters in a scenic environment, on one of the most extensive tidal ranges in the world, and of course, tickle your taste buds along the way.
Stop off at The Seymour
Once back on land, why not head over the road to The Seymour and sample some award-winning, locally brewed Liberation Ales and ciders. This traditional, good old fashioned Jersey pub has recently undergone a major refurbishment whilst retaining its original, unique character.
Located on the coast road, you benefit from an excellent public transport route that will whisk you away to your next stop at Green Island to round off another amazing day on our sunny shores.
Green Island Restaurant
Perched at the top of Green Island slipway, overlooking the beach of the same name, this tucked away gem is a little slice of the Med in Jersey. Green Island Restaurant specialises in fresh local seafood – from oysters harvested a few miles down the coast to turbot, bass and bream freshly caught in local waters.
With a Michelin Plate and an AA Rosette to boot, this little jewel isn’t to be missed. Whether you choose to dine al fresco, on the terrace or in the restaurant, green Island Restaurant offers a relaxed dining experience.
Foraging with Kazz from Wild Adventures
Get lost in the wilds of St. Ouen’s Bay, as you soak up fantastic scenery, encounter local wildlife and learn about the vast variety of wild edible and medicinal plants our unique environment has to offer.
Go foraging with Kazz from Wild Adventures, journey in some of the wilder parts of the island using natural navigating skills. At the end of the forage enjoy a wild BBQ with Kazz, you might even get to try some of Kazz’s homemade elderflower champagne.
Tours and wine tasting at La Mare 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 stop at the Estate’s on-sit restaurant to try the produce yourself? You won’t regret it.
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 Corbiére Lighthouse or shared with a special someone for a generous scoop of happiness. Best enjoyed anytime really.
Mark Jordan at The Beach
Raise a toast with a gourmet gastro experience at Mark Jordan at The Beach who proudly boasts a Michelin Bib Gourmand for good food and good value for money, along with two AA Rosettes.
Indulge on an extensive á la carte menu that utilises the freshest local produce, with dishes from 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.
Shopping in St. Helier
From its boutiques, independent and high street stores, and VAT-Free jewellers; St. Helier is a shopping sensation, with something for everyone.
Discover 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.
Jersey National Park
Make the most of your last day and explore Jersey’s unique character of land. sea, coast and countryside in the Jersey National Park. It’s a place to reconnect, revitalise and come together in the great outdoors as you experience the wild side of the island break.
There’s always something going on in the Jersey National Park, both on land and sea. From sunset concerts to film screenings, sporting challenges to foodie events, there really is something for everyone to enjoy in these stunning surrounds.
As the sun begins to set over the Atlantic Ocean, light up the coals on the disposable barbies, crack open a couple chilled sundowners and reminisce on those amazing memories you’ve made – whilst planning your next trip back!