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Jersey

St. Helier is a busy port town with abundant hidden corners to explore and glorious attractions showcasing the island’s rich history. St. Helier was initially developed as a fishing village in the 13th century.

Jersey

What are some of the top activities and attractions you can do when visiting or living and working in Jersey? Let's look at some that will help you become acquainted with the island's history and heritage.

Jersey

Jersey has a few vineyards which produce their very own wine. There are also a number of wineries where you can enjoy tasting sessions. If this peaks your interest, the following examples are some great places to try.

Jersey

There are perhaps few places in the British Isles better than the Channel Islands to go boating. Jersey in particular is a great place for boat trips, boasting some glorious coastal scenery.

Jersey

The natural landscapes of Jersey have an incredible range of places to explore. While the beaches and bays may get the majority of the plaudits, venturing inland can reward you with opportunities to discover more.

Jersey

With glorious beaches, areas of outstanding countryside and over 70 km of coastline, Jersey is certainly a beautiful place to live. It has top class education system, great dining opportunities and mixture of British and French culture.

Jersey

Saint Clement parish, in the south-eastern corner of Jersey, is a place with an interesting – and at times turbulent – history. With this part of the island being notoriously low-lying, it has seen frequent large flooding events in centuries