A Jersey holiday offers a distinctly continental experience. Despite English being the official language, much of the island feels pleasingly French, including the marvellous beaches and delicious cuisine you can find in the local restaurants.
With warm 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.
At Co-operative Travel we offer cheap holidays to Jersey both in and out of season.
Food lovers – Jersey has a great choice of delicious places to eat.
Sightseers – Jersey is a beautiful island with a wonderful landscape and plenty to see.
Seeking calm – Tranquillity should be Jersey’s middle name.
6°C (January) – 17°C (August)
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, so when it comes to late deals, Jersey allows endless flexibility.
The port of St Aubin was once a fishing village, but as it has grown in popularity. With visitors taking Jersey holidays it has gained a livelier edge to its peaceful, almost quaint atmosphere. You’ll discover some of the finest sea views in Jersey here, looking out across the harbour and out to the ocean. Fine restaurants nestle cosily between coffee shops and wine bars, and shops and galleries are all close by too. We also recommend a picturesque walk from St Aubin to L’Etacq.
The parish of St Lawrence is made up of farmland and offers visitors an array of beautiful scenery and a taste of the rural lifestyle. From the St Lawrence’s Country Life Museum to the Jersey War Tunnels, St Lawrence is a captivating place to visit if you’re looking for an insight into the area’s history. St Aubin’s Bay is part of St Lawrence, and the beach is a pleasure to relax on.
You’ll find St Brélade at the southwest of Jersey, and it is home to the island’s most popular beach: St Brélade’s Bay, which is lined by bars and restaurants. This is one of the island’s slightly more “urban” areas, but the population is still just slightly over 10,000. One of the best things about a Jersey holiday is knowing that everywhere is so easily accessible, so wherever you are staying, you can explore the whole island.
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