Ferry to Jersey 

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Ferries to Jersey

For a holiday to remember why not visit Jersey surely the uk's most beautiful island. Breathtaking sandy beaches, superb sporting facilities, history, 5 star restaurants, it's got the lot. With an amazing variety of terrain for walkers, a coastline ideally suited to water sports, and a network of country lanes perfect for cyclists, the great outdoors is exactly that in Jersey. The Island’s also home to world-renowned attractions like Durrell Wildlife, and spectacular events such as the Battle of Flowers Parade - sure to delight any visitor.

Explore magnificent castles, fascinating wildlife and adventure parks, and hands-on museums that really bring history to life. And on certain days during summer, you can sneak a peek at some of the Island’s most beautiful private gardens. That’s not forgetting St Helier, which with its smart, sophisticated shops and vibrant Victorian markets is an attraction in itself.

Whether you are seeking high culture in the form of the performing arts, art galleries, potteries or local crafts, Jersey offers the visitor a rich array of artistic possibilities. The Island's craft shops are situated out of town in attractive country and coastal settings. All privately owned, they are interesting to visit and provide an excellent source of ideas for gifts and mementoes.

Ferries are available from Weymouth & Poole

Ferries to Jersey

Jersey makes the ideal family holiday with attractions to suit all ages. Why not book a ferry to Jersey online now for that once in a lifetime vacation that you'll never forget.

In addition to acres of clean, white sand, Jersey has a number of world-class attractions that will appeal to the younger crowd. Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, is set in 31 acres and named after its founder Gerald Durrell. It is internationally famed for its work in saving and breeding endangered species.

Two other award-winning museums, the Jersey and the Maritime, have interesting exhibits giving children and adults alike a glimpse of Jersey’s past and its rich maritime history. The unique living museum at Hamptonne re-creates life as it was lived in the last century.

For those keen to have a day out with a difference, visit the Living legend with its multi-media show, adventure playground and live entertainment. Or why not let a glow-worm light up your day by joining a guided walk. Ten-pin bowling is always popular with kids or you could take your family for a little train ride around St. Aubin’s Bay.

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