Jersey enjoys some of the most varied landscapes that some countries would find hard to compete with, in only 45 square miles!
From the cliffs on the north coast
, home to many birds including puffins, to the golden sand beaches on the south coast
Jersey offers some incredibly varied activities for such a small Island. Enjoy the thrill of a skydive, breathtaking views on a boat trip or simply a walk to soak in the stunning natural scenery
and to discover the historic gems the island has to offer. Other attractions include: Mount Orgueil Castle-
known locally as Gorey Castle, this spectacular 13th Century castle is set on the east coast overlooking the harbour of Gorey. With more than 50 exhibits and plenty going on throughout the year you can watch the eagle-flying demonstration or talk to the wonderful Living History team, the Master Gunner, Master Stephen of Stratford or Lady de la Fontaine who bring history to life. Elizabeth Castle
– Jersey was defended from this fortress built on an islet in St. Aubin’s Bay for 300 years from the Civil War to the German Occupation. Experience a soldier’s life at Elizabeth Castle, join the Gunner’s parade and stand to attention as he fires the cannon each day between 10:00 and 15:30. Walk across the causeway from St Helier at low tide or catch one of the amphibious “Ducks”.