Jersey is a wonderful place for an island escape with its beautiful rolling hills and unspoiled beaches. You’ll definitely have a holiday you won’t soon forget.
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After you’ve bagged a brilliant deal on your holiday with us, you can afford to splash out on a bit of retail therapy. Jersey is home to a great selection of shops for you to browse. The island has lots on offer with well-known high street stores and some more unique small local shops. One unique place to visit is Fish n Beads. Located just outside St Helier the store is run by a local artist and specialises in driftwood art as well as a selection of funky jewellery.
Another one of a kind jewellery store you should visit is Catherine Best. Her specially created showroom has a wonderful collection of jewellery for you to buy from this award winning, internationally renowned jewellery designer.
Jersey has an intriguing and exciting history for you to explore. One of the most unique places to visit are the Jersey War Tunnels. The tunnels were built with slave labour during the German occupation of Jersey in World War Two. The whole complex took three and a half years to build and was formerly known as Höhlgangsanlage 8.
Today the tunnels are home to a fascinating collection of exhibits detailing the history of the occupation of the island through firsthand accounts. The tunnels are also home to a specially commissioned sculpture titled Silence which was created by the artist Paul de Monchaux.
If you want to spend some time relaxing on the beach, Jersey has a great selection for you to choose from. One of the nicest beaches that doesn't get too busy is Beauport Bay. The beach is south facing and is nestled at the base of three cliffs meaning it’s sheltered from the wind. Its lovely golden sand makes a great place for a bit of sunbathing.
St Brelade’s Bay is a much busier beach and has lots on offer if you’re looking to do some water sports. You can hire traditional pedalos, try some paddle boarding or even have a beach volleyball game.