Jersey – 48 hours


Day 1

Train Ride
Take the train (Les Petits Trains de Jersey) from opposite the Grand Hotel in St Helier to St Aubin village. The journey takes 30 minutes through stunning scenery.
Cycle Tour
Stroll towards the harbour where you will find Jersey Cycletours (01534 482 898). Hire a bike and cycle along the island’s disused railway for four miles to reach the Corbiere lighthouse.

Salty Dog Bar and Bistro
After you have cycled back to St Aubin to drop off your bike, stay in the pretty village and venture to the Salty Dog Bar and Bistro for some lunch. A great menu using only local produce.
Address: Le Boulevard, St Aubin’s Village, St. Brelade, Jersey JE3 8AB
Tel: +44 (0)1534 742760

After taking the train back to St Helier enjoy the afternoon by taking advantage of the duty free shopping. The main area is King Street and the surrounding pedestrianised roads. There is also a Victorian market with a continental atmosphere.

Located in the picturesque harbour of Gorey on the east coast of the island, overlooking Mont Orgueil Castle and the Harbour. Fantastic views.
The restaurant prides itself on using fresh local and seasonal produce creating modern British dishes with a twist of Mediterranean flair.
Address: Gorey Hill, St. Martin, Jersey, JE3 6ET
Tel: +44 (0)1534 853291

Hotel De France
St. Saviours Road,
St Helier, Jersey JE1 7XP
Tel: +44 (0)1534 614000

Day 2

Jersey War Tunnels
A spine-chilling reminder of a dark time in Jersey’s history. The tunnels, originally intended to be a barracks and ammunition store, are now an underground collection of thought provoking galleries that detail Jersey’s occupation, history of resistance, through to starvation and eventual liberation.
Address: Les Charrieres Malorey,
St Lawrence, Jersey, JE3 1FU
Tel: +44 (0)1534 860808

The Saint Laurent Public House & Noshery
Great food and beer at reasonable prices. English, Portuguese and traditional pub grub available.
Address: La Grande Route de Saint-Laurent, St Lawrence,
Jersey JE3 1NL
Tel: +44 (0)1534 862 590

Durrell Wildlife Park
Come face to face with some of the rarest animals on earth. Be amazed by their beauty, wonder at their majesty and uncover stories of their fight for survival.
Durrell Wildlife Park work with some of the most endangered animals across the world, taking action within the animal’s habitats and securing their future through captive breeding or research.
Address: Les Agres Manor, La Profonde Rue, Trinity, Jersey JE3 5BP
Tel: +44 (0)1534 860000

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