Apartments in Jersey

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Most popular Apartments in Jersey

Apartment for 2 people, with balcony/terrace and balcony
2 pers., 1 bedroom, 350m to the beach
1 review
Jersey, Channel Islands
£242per night
Apartment for 5 people
26 reviews
Jersey, Channel Islands
£128per night
Apartment for 2 people, with garden and pool
2 pers., 1 bedroom, 3.3km to the beach
20 reviews
Parish of Saint Saviour, Jersey
£68per night
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Highlights in Jersey

  • Adventure Park, War tunnels
  • Lovely beaches
  • Family destination
  • Animal lovers activities

Most popular amenities for Apartments in Jersey

Pool 6
Internet 12
Balcony/Terrace 7
TV 16
Parking 10
Washing machine 10
Heating 15

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Apartments in Jersey

A beachside holiday

Jersey is a financial centre with lots of offices and buildings. But amongst all the glass and steel you can find fantastic apartments, in the centre of town around St Helier or by the seaside, in Havre de Pas. You can also find fabulous apartments in the north of the island in Saint John and Saint Martin. If you prefer the south, Saint Brélade and Saint Clement boast several apartments, perfect for your stay in Jersey.

Great stays with wonderful views

The city has modern and contemporary apartments where you can accommodate from 1 to 6 people. Planning a weekend on your own? Or a m¡romantic getaway? Maybe you want to go with your family! Jersey caters to all travellers and offers great apartments very central, with all the amenities including air conditioning, central heating, comfortable lounges and equipped kitchens. The access to the beach is easy and within walking distance from the apartments. Get incredible morning views from your terrace and start your day!

Travellers and activities

Jersey for adventure lovers

The activities in Jersey are never ending! The entertainment and the action is always around the corner waiting for you. The best way to explore the beautiful coastline is on the water. From here, you get a new perspective so get on a boat and take a day tour to discover the beauty or the rugged coastline of Jersey. If you want to explore at your own pace, taking in the views as you advance slowly, explore the coast on a kayak or a paddle board. Want to know more about the wildlife of the region? Go on a seafari and learn about the animals of this coastal town.

Jersey for animal lovers

Gerald Durrell established The Durrell Wildlife Park in Jersey. Since he was a kid, back in Corfu, where he lived with his family for a long time, he took care of animals and rare species. When he came back to England he made an effort on rare and endangered species like the western lowland gorillas. The animals are located in different areas. Visit the aviary, the Cloud Forest and the reptiles and amphibians or the meerkats in the desert zone. This is a great opportunity for children to learn about other animals and enjoy it with the family. Gerald Durrell was a great author but also a dedicated conservationist who loved animals. HIs passion started at a very young age. The TV series “The Durrells” explains with a sense of humour, how he grew up surrounded by animals and opening his own little zoo.

Did you know Jersey’s stamps are collectors most wanted items?

Top 7 travel tips in Jersey

1. Visit the castle

Elizabeth Castle is a fantastic monument that was destroyed during the war but later on it was reconstructed and restored. Nowadays you can visit it and the access is via a causeway, during low tide. But don’t worry, as soon as it gets covered by water, there is only way to go. Get on a water taxi or catch the ferry.

2. The Jersey War underground passages

During the German occupation there was a network of underground passages and tunnels to help the infantry resist. Some medical facilities were added to assist the injured soldiers. Now you can visit the tunnels and learn more about the history of the passages during the war, how the workers made them and at the end, visit the exhibition.

3. Take a day trip

Not far from Jersey you can spend a day out visiting Guernsey. It is a big city with great history, delicious cuisine and beautiful scenery. Head to the port and visit the medieval fortress of Castle Cornet that still has some artifacts and a few museums to explore. The mMilitary Museum is also worth a visit as well as the Victoria Tower.

4. Go to Hélier

Hélier is Jersey’s capital. This city is the commercial area and shopping point of the island. Spend some time around the shops and then visit the church, the post office, the market and the Royal Square.

5. Go to the beach

Jersey boasts several beaches around its coastline. The beaches are a great place to take pleasant strolls during the colder months and take dips in the sea, lay down and bask in the sun during the warmer ones. From all the beaches, the popular ones are St Aubin’s Bay, St Brelade cove, Grouville or St Ouen’s Bay. The latter is the favourite spot for surfers and sandyachters. Some of the coves and bays are sheltered from several winds but not all.

6. Unwind in Jersey

Jersey is the ideal spot to relax. The city offers a wealth of spa breaks, spa weekends and spa deals to pamper yourself. Wellbeing and yoga retreats are also available, so you can revitalise mind and body. Rediscover your inner serenity.

7. Have great fun at the aMaizin Adventure Park

Spend a day in aMaizin! Adventure Park. This park is a great choice for families with children with tons of fun activities both indoor and outdoor. Try the jumping pillow, go on a tractor, feel the speed of the go-karts, enjoy the toboggan and the gold mine. Enjoy your day and make the most of it!

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