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A Jersey holiday offers a distinctly continental experience. Despite English being the official language, many of the island’s features are resolutely French, including the marvellous beaches and weather. At Co-operative Travel we offer cheap holidays to Jersey both in and out of season.
With hot Mediterranean summers, mild winter temperatures and low annual rainfall, Jersey package holidays are a popular option at any time of year, with a year-round calendar of events. During the summer months, bargain holidays to Jersey are a popular choice for families to enjoy spacious, sandy beaches, clean, safe swimming waters and the annual Festival of the Flowers. In autumn, people book Jersey holidays for the Tennerfest – a food festival celebrating the fusion of English and French flavours that run through Jersey’s cuisine.
The most popular resort for last-minute Jersey holidays is the capital St Helier, on the sunny south coast. Hotel accommodation in Jersey ranges from luxury spa resorts to small, intimate boutiques and family-run guesthouses. Self-catering accommodation is also available in apartments, villas and cottages across the island. When it comes to late deals, Jersey allows endless flexibility.
Jersey package holidays offer something for everyone; Jersey Zoo, the German War Tunnels, Mont Orgueil Castle and a range of other attractions. A walk through the pretty lanes revealsfascinating archaeological sites charting 8000 years of history. As well as the delicious cuisine, the range of attractions, and the unique culture, perhaps the main reason to book cheap Jersey holidays is for the beaches. In the south, St Aubin’s and St Lawrence offer broad sweeps of clean white sand and a wide range of watersports, while to the north there are fascinating rock pools and hidden inlets. Gorey beach, in the south-east, is a favourite with young families.
If you’re looking to save money, why not book ahead? Great holiday deals and packages are now available for Jersey holidays in 2018/2019.
Key information: Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, despite being smaller than Greater London at only 45 square miles. Jersey has been an island for 8,000 years and is divided into 12 parishes. The island has a population of just over 87,000 residents, only around half of which were born there, which goes to prove how much people enjoy being in Jersey.
The ideal time to go: Jersey holidays are enjoyable year-round, so it’s all about preference. Of course, if you like a sunny holiday then summer is the best time for you to take your Jersey holiday. However, it might be a good option for some to visit Jersey out of season, since there are far fewer tourists and the weather is still mild during winter.
Weather: Jersey’s climate is warmer and dryer than that of the UK. They experience nice hot summers and cool but mild winters. Due to Jersey being such an exposed island in the north Atlantic, the weather can still be pretty unpredictable, so if you take your Jersey holiday during winter there is of course a possibility of rainstorms, wind and fog.
Flight Time: Direct flights to Jersey from the UK take roughly an hour.
Time Difference: Same as UK time.
Currency: Jersey uses GBP Sterling (£) as well as its own Jersey Pounds.
Fun fact: In Jersey, during the fishing season of August-September, men are banned from knitting.
Top tip: There are no immigration controls between the UK and Jersey, so you’re not required to take your passport with you on your Jersey holiday. We recommend using a cheaper form of photo ID if you have it, such as a provisional driving licence or photo card, as it won’t cost as much if you happen to lose it.
How to get there
Direct holiday flights to Jersey are available at airports all over the UK, and the flights tend to be cheap and affordable all year round. You should find it easy to book a flight to Jersey at any time of year, so timing should never be an issue with this holiday destination.
All prices are based on 2 adults sharing. Prices & availability correct at the time offers were generated and are subject to change at any time.
Sitting directly across the bay from its larger neighbour, St Helier, St Aubin's harbour was once renowned as a centre for piracy on the island. An ironic twist, when it is considered that the town gets its name from a French bishop, who later became the patron saint and protector of those at risk of piracy.
A large parish on the south-western tip of Jersey, St Brelade is named after the 6th century saint St Branwalader, said to have been the son of a Cornish king.
He gives his name to a parish which boasts one of the most popular and picturesque bays in Jersey which has become home to Jersey's busiest resort.
Situated in a sheltered inlet on Jersey's southern shore, St Helier is the island's main port and capital, and benefits from direct sailings from Portsmouth. Since TV detective Bergerac put the island on the map (again) a couple of decades ago, it has been revitalised as a holiday destination.
Stood at Guernsey's south-eastern tip, St Martin lies south-west of the island's capital, St Peter Port, and stands proudly as one of its highest parishes. Steep, rocky cliffs tumble down to some spectacular beaches, however, which are well worth taking the trouble to discover.
Sited in a picturesque, steep-sided valley, and renowned as the only village on the island with two coastlines, St Peter makes an ideal base for package holidays to Jersey. Inland from the coast, the valley contains a wide variety of shops and supermarkets, and even its own real ale brewery, named Tipsy Toad, whose owners now run a successful pub of the same name in the town.
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