Discover the latest product updates in Jersey.

Keep up to date with the latest air and ferry connectivity updates, as well as new places to stay, fresh dining experiences and the hottest things to see and do.

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Don’t forget to check out our Trade Toolkit; you’ll find our destination guide as well as the full lists of accommodation, activity and transport providers – all available to download.

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Getting to Jersey.

By air

British Airways.

British Airways is reinstating a Jersey service from London Gatwick during the summer season with four flights a week, operating between Tuesday & Friday from 23rd May until September 2024.

Flights from Heathrow depart all year round.

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By air


easyJet is launching a twice weekly service to Jersey from Birmingham. Operating on Tuesday & Saturday, flights will run from 1st April until December 2024.

easyJet also operate an additional 7 routes across the UK direct to Jersey. 

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Condor Ferries pet friendly cabin.

By sea

Condor Ferries.

Condor Ferries has now made it easier to travel to the island with animals by creating pet friendly cabins in its two ferries, Islander and Commodore Clipper, both operating from Portsmouth to Jersey. Each cabin will have dedicated outside deck for your four legged friend to exercise.

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By air

Blue Islands.

Blue Islands has launched a new eSIM offering for passengers flying to Jersey, providing easy access to affordable, seamless mobile data roaming when travelling. UK mobile networks don’t extend to Jersey and class the island as an ‘international call’. Check with your service provider for current charges.

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By sea

Islands Unlimited.

Islands Unlimited are connecting the Channel Islands by offering ferry transfers, packages and experiences across Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, and Herm.

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Getting around Jersey.

Liberty Bus.

Passengers using the island’s public bus service, Liberty Bus can now purchase and download tickets (including multi-day visitor passes) in advance of travel straight from their smartphone, using the Liberty Bus app.

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E-bike tours.

Those looking to get off the beaten tracks in Jersey can take advantage of a tailor-made guided tour with Evolution Cycle Tours. Likewise, electric bike hire company, Lakeys are offering a 4-hour escorted ‘Wild West’ Cycle Tour of the West Coast and St Ouen’s Bay.

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Maison des Landes.

Following a major refurbishment, Maison des Landes, located on the north west of the island, has now reopened. Maison des Landes is the only hotel in the Channel Islands that caters exclusively for guests with disabilities.

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The Atlantic Hotel,

The 4* Atlantic Hotel, located on the west coast of Jersey, has been awarded an EarthCheck Silver Certificate, currently one of only ten hotels in the British Isles to have achieved this sustainable accolade.

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Morel Farm.

Morel Farm, nestled in the heart of the island’s countryside and owned by the National Trust for Jersey is now offering self-catering experiences in its three recently refurbished Grade 2 listed buildings.

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Jersey Heritage.

Many of the sites managed by Jersey Heritage, including Mont Orgueil Castle, La Hougue Bie and Hamptonne Country Life Museum are now open year-round.

In addition to this, from summer 2024, there will be free entry into Jersey Museum, which is located at Weighbridge Place, St. Helier.

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Foraging tour & Michelin starred tasting.

Explore Jersey’s famous markets and see the amazing produce that the island has to offer in an exclusive Chef’s Tour with Michelin starred restaurant, Bohemia. Learn about the local produce on offer on our amazing island before heading back for a magical 3-course lunch at the restaurant.

Don’t miss The Club Hotel’s other experiences, including foraging and tasting, and the ultimate jersey BBQ!

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Beachside saunas.

Relax and recharge in our wood-fired beachside saunas. Pop-up sauna company, Sauna Society, will be based in St. Ouen’s Bay over the Summer, whilst Sandy Toes Sauna will be setting up at various locations across the island.

La Côte Distillery.

La Côte Distillery has recently opened in St. Helier and offers private visits, where guests can become a distiller for the day, learn about spirits and create their own bespoke bottle of gin to take home. Open year-round.

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A Harbour Master's 'Maritime Jersey' tour.

Delve into the island’s rich maritime history in the company of Jersey’s former Harbour Master on this escorted coach tour from Bay Tours Jersey along the south coat of the island, including stops at St. Aubin’s Village and Corbière Lighthouse and St. Ouen’s Manor. Available May to October.

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Food & Drink.

St. Helier's Central Market.

Enjoy the buzz in St. Helier’s Central Market, which is now open late on Friday and Saturday evenings. Bookings are recommended at dining spots La Bouche and Spanish eatery, Casa Paco.

Don’t miss visiting this beautiful Victorian Central Market and Beresford Street Fish Market during the daytime to sample local produce and meet local traders.

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The Melting Pot.

Step into the 1970s at The Melting Pot, the island’s newest cocktail spritz bar located in the heart of St. Helier’s Weighbridge Place.

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Foodie hotspots in St. Helier.

Looking for somewhere to eat in St. Helier? Samphire new restaurant’s sister restaurant Phire, in Weighbridge Place serves modern, globally-inspired dishes and a range of small plats to share, it also caters for vegetarians and all dishes are gluten-free.

In nearby Liberty Wharf, Izakaya, is a new Japanese-Peruvian restaurant offering sushi and other dishes, featuring Jersey produce.