Jersey town guide
Jersey, one of the Channel Islands, has something for everyone. From Neolithic tombs to Medieval castles and award winning museums, Jersey is an excellent tourist destination.
Jersey is famous for the Battle of Flowers and Moonlight Parade in August. Dating from1902, this celebrates the coronation of King Edward VII. The International Air Display in September is a great day out for all.
Why not hire a car for the day and visit Jersey Zoo-established by the famous naturalist Gerald Durrell, with animals collected from all over the world. If you have read his entertaining books about his exploits involved in making this collection, you will not want to miss the chance to visit his zoo.
From Jersey, in 50 minutes by boat, you can be over on the neighbouring island of Sark. All cars are banned from Sark, giving it a unique atmosphere and contributing to the peace and tranquillity of this famous naturalist paradise.
A short flight from Jersey takes you to the island of Alderney. Here, away from the cares of the outside world, you can get stunning seascapes and distant views of France. Take a trip on the Channel Island's only working railway on Alderney from the harbour to the north east coast.