The iconic landmark of La Corbiere Lighthouse is the most photographed spot in Jersey in the British Channel Islands and it's not difficult to see why. The picture postcard-pretty white lighthouse …
Welcome to Jersey.
As island natives, this guide includes posts drawn from our in depth insider knowledge of Jersey.
So where is Jersey?
It’s not the US state of New Jersey but the largest of the British Channel Islands, less than 15 miles from the French coast. While it is British, it’s self-governing and you’ll see plenty of French influence too with many street signs written in French or Jerriais (Jersey French).
What does Jersey have to offer?
There’s a wealth of heritage, amazing coastlines, cosy coves and a bustling main town (St Helier). There’s also world-famous Jersey cows, Jersey Royal potatoes and the best seafood ever! From Spring to Autumn, the island bursts at the seams with tourists, but it’s also a major financial centre with plenty to entertain visitors and locals alike.
- Currency: British Pound
- Climate: Get ready for clouds and rain year-round with winter temperatures reaching sub-zero
- Language: English
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Largest of the British Channel Islands, Jersey is an idyllic island located just 12 miles off the French coast. The most southerly part of the British Isles, Jersey enjoys an enviably warm climate …