Jersey has something to offer everyone with the wealth of activities and attractions available on the Island Even though Jersey is a small island, you will find that you can become involved in an exceptionally diverse range of sports and activities from cycling along some of the most beautiful cycle paths in Europe, at various points allowing you to clap eyes on the beautiful French coast line, to taking a bird’s eye view of the Island during flying lessons or skydiving, giving you breathtaking views and an adrenaline rush like you have never experienced. If you like the sound of those, you can also enjoy a boat trip to France, go dolphin spotting, catamaran racing or catch your own sea bass and barbeque it for dinner. Whichever activity you choose, you are guaranteed to have an amazing time and an experience which you will never forget.
For those who prefer to take things a little slower, why not book a tee time for a round of golf at the famous Royal Jersey Golf Club and enjoy a leisurely game on the course where Harry Vardon and Ted Ray began their careers? Or visit one of the castles or historic sites to give you a taste of the culture and history of the Island? On the other hand, if total relaxation is your thing, choose from one of the many stunning beaches Jersey has to offer, find a deck chair and watch the world pass you by.
Jersey also has a number of world-class attractions that will appeal to the younger crowd including Durrell Wildlife which is set in 31 acres of grounds and is internationally famed for its work in saving and breeding endangered species. There is also the Living Legend which is perfect for a day out with a difference; its multimedia shows, adventure playground and live entertainment are bound to keep the kids amused.
For a family day out the two award-winning 81 museums, the Jersey and the Maritime, have interesting exhibits giving children and adults alike a glimpse of Jersey’s rich maritime history. Giving you a chance to see more of the Island, you can take part in a walk led by one of the extremely knowledgeable tour guides. Or, if your feet are tired, why not take your family for a train ride around St Aubin’s Bay? There are also a variety of child-friendly restaurants on the Island that will give parents a chance to unwind.
Whatever your interests and reasons for your trip to the Island, Jersey has something to offer everyone and you are sure to experience a holiday that is as memorable as it is enjoyable.